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; THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS , SATURDAY 10 ,
I THE DAILY BEE ,
Saturday Morninp , Julv 19
llyCimlcr - - - - - - - SO-xinta r r wee *
By Mill " - 110.00 per jea
No. 7 Pearl Street , Near Broadway.
M1NOK MENTION ,
See J. Roller's Bummer goods.
The water works company already has
Ono drunk and ono vagrant In police
Falls City , Nobr. , uonda two pacers to
bo trained on the track hero.
George Cordon , n ciffar maker , was
yesterday fined for being drunk.
Max Mohn expects to open the Crcston
IIOUBO anew on the fifth of August.
The city seems just aa orderly as before
the prohibitory law went into force.
The city oaun oil ought to bo compelled
to parade the streets of the Fourth ward.
Policeman Austin's collar was Hooded
day before yesterday , and uomo damage
It is said that the houses of prosti
tution will soon open up hero as before
the now low.
The youuR democrats nro to meet nt
the council chamber Saturday night to or-
ganlzo a club.
C. Haldano , the attorney , is about to
build n fine barn back of his residence ,
There is talk of organizing another
Blaine and Logan Club , besides the two
There was n little row on Main street
yesterday. Oflicor Dunn made ono nr-
rest , but the follow proved to bo the
With the unfinished street grading in
the Fourth ward there are moro frog
ponds than can bo found in any like area
in any city.
The Round Table is planning for n
farewell reception to Rev. Cyrus Ham-
lin , next Tuesday evening at the homo of
the Misses Beobo.
A gentleman who arrived Hero from
Kansas yesterday , says that two days ago
ho was in Topeka , and that 103 saloons
opened up there on that day.
J. B. Coggshall while coupling cam
Thursday got his hand caught botwcon
the drawbars. The amputation of a portion
tion of three fingers was nncessrry.
John Tomploton yesterday received
word that his brother-in-law
- - , Campbell ,
who was BO badly injured at Missouri
Valley , wan getting along very nicely in
The city won't move the scales from
the junction of Main and Fearl streets
right away. Judge Loufbourro has is
sued an injunction to restrain them from
Fannlo Walters is now expected to explain -
plain before Justice Abbott the circum
stances which have caused Molvina Wai-
don to accuse her of throating to kill her
with n sadiron and r. hammer.
Some of the houses of ill fame liavo
closed. Others have put up signs
"Rooms for rent. " Street walkers are
more plontifnl and bolder than over.
No cases have boon started yot.
Frand Sheppard , the Walnut Bureau
man , who created a little sensation lasl
year by being arrrostod for libelling
Council Bluffs merchants , now wants to
soil that paper on account of its health.
Jerry Myers has rotuniod from Min
neapolis with the intention of making
this his permanent residence again. He
has bought out Ed. 0. Cook's place on
Main street , and purposes also opening a
For noino time there have been cottage
prayer meetings hold in the eastern parl
of the city , and yesterday a number ol
those interested in thcso meetings joined
in a picnio inPalmors'ii grovo.anasoomcd
to enjoy the afternoon hugely.
L. A. Caspar , the lloriat and gardener ,
Jim purchased the section of the big Cali
fornia tree lately exhibited under a tent
hero , paying § 7" for it. It will bo made
ono of the attractions of hts gardens , one
is certainly a curiosity worth seeing.
The police force , st least the detective
part ot it , has boon doubled. Captaii
Edward Bates , who IIP a been the sole
member and ollicor , is now assisted by Mr
Sinullons , who , when ho formerly livoi
Iiere , was engaged in the insurance busi
Next week will bo a poor ono for the
filing of informations by prohibitionist :
hero. JuHtico Schurz , Justice Abbott
and Judge Aylbaworth are all intending
to bo at the encampment at Minneapolis
leaving Justice Yuughan ulono to atteiu
to matters at homo.
The repairs on Spiritual hall are com
pletod. The regular circles will bo hole
every Sunday afternoon and evening a1
two and night o'clock. Kutranco on
Main and P.wl streets , two doors south
of the poitollice. A cordixl invitation Is
extended to lionett investigators.
Marie Christiansen now asks for a divorce -
vorco from Jacob Christiansen , to whom
aha was married in 1872 , and by whom
oho has three children. Bho claims
that he got to drinking and abusing her ,
and thai two years ago ho dcsortod her
end went to live with ono Stena John-
All the young men who road thin
rt > iuvited to attend the social mooting
and Bible study at looms of the Y.
M. 0. A , , No. 12 North Main street ,
llrs evening at 8 o'clock , and all , both
ladies and goutlomlil , will be welcomed
to the gospel service to-morrow after ,
noon nt 4 o'clock , in the same rooms.
The saloon men seem to think as little
of the council's "pop ordinance" as dc
the prohibitionists , and few of them will
Uiko out the required license authorizing
them to sell pop to everybody but
drunkards and minors. They claim that
they net no pr ° tcct'on ' 'rom ' BU ° h n
license , and consequently do not fool like
paying ? 100 nyoar for nothing.
A merchant was yesterday having his
teeth polished by a dentist , when the instrument -
strumont which docs the polishing and is
worked by a pedal , was mis-directed. It
touched the upper lip of the merchant ,
and in an instant pulled out part of his
mustache , which will now have to betaken
taken off entirely. The cleaning of the
teeth cost $1.00 besides loosing the mus
Die sleeper has been put on the Bioux
City route running through from Council
Blufl'a to Spirit lake , loavinp the city on
Tuesdays , Thursdays and Saturdays at
J-10 : p. m. , and returning willleavo Spirit
ako Monday , Wednesday and Friday
lights , arriving in this city at 0 o'clock '
m. The faro for the round trip is
$0 ! )0. ) Djga , guns , fishing tackle , itc. ,
are carried frco.
The residents in the vicinity of Park's
mills , nro somewhat alarmed about what
appears to bo an outbreak of cholera. A
few a ay a ainco a grandchild of R. 0 ,
Harris was taken ill and died soon after ,
another child was taken ill on Wednes
day and died yesterday morning. Two
others have boon taken ill , and several
others , including Mr. Harris and wife
mvo been taken ill , all suffering as with
Mr. Gorman , the poll tax collector , has
so far collected about as much caoh , and
n fact n little moro than was collected
ast year , and has made very little fues
or flurry about it. Ho says lie is about
liscouragcd , however , in some thirty or
orty cases , and has about decided to
ommcnco suit against thcso delinquents ,
n which case it will cost them consider
able moro. The delinquents would do
roll to interview him at onco.
The complaint against Mrs. Amy for
mtting up a frame building on north
Jixin street , being Inside the fire limits ,
was hoard yesterday , and dismissed by
'udgo ' AylcBworth , it appearing that
hough on her ground , yet she had leas
ed the ground to Mr. Brown , and lent
lim $ . ' (00 ( with which to build. Procecd-
ngs will now bo commenced against Mr.
3rown , and against him and Mrs. Amy
The great democratic flag , strung
across Broadway , has boon not only
drenched with the rain , but blown by the
winds , BO that it looks like a rag , and is
caught in the limbs of the tree by Fos-
or'a drug store. Ono citizen remarked ,
on seeing the names of Cleveland and
Qondricks twisted * in the foliage , that
"tho democrats are not out of the woods. "
Another added that ho didn't believe
they would over got out. A third sug
gested "Tho democrats having their
Ing up before the election , and the re
publicans after election. "
The sewerage work just now interferes
with travel at the corner of Main and
Broadway , and the block of teams at that
principal street intersection , together
with the gang of workmen and crowd of
lookers-on , make a lively sight. There
was much wondering yesterday at the
way the sewer for storm water was being
put down. Th'o water is supposed to
como down Broadway to Main , then turn
out Main and go to the crook. The sewer
on Main street near Broadway , however ,
was toward Broadway instead of toward
the crockmaking n sort of trap Whothoi
dirt and rubbish will not accumulate
there and cause trouble was the quorj
asked by manj yesterday. The traj
seemed necessary in order to got undei
the water mains nt that point. This being
ing about the first important Boworagc
done hero it is naturally watched and
commented upon just as was the case
with the first pavii g.
A letter has boon received from the
adjutant general of the state militia ,
stating that there is now no company A ,
of the Fifth rocimont and suggesting
that Council Bluffr should raise a com
pany to fill the vacancy. This city had
an independent company two years or so
ago , but it fell to pieces. By being apart
of the state militia they would receive
moro financial encouragement and catch
moro enthusiasm , so that it would
donbtloau live and thrivo. A first-class
military company would bo a great addi
tion to Council Bluffo , Not only would
it excite local interest , but if it took
pride enough to got well drilled , it would
provo a great card for the town. The
uxerciso of military drill is a healthy
one , and for these and other reasons , it
is not unlikely that such an organization
may bo perfected hero. Col. Maynnrd
has the papers and those interested in
such an organization should consult
COUNCIL iituirra UAUKKT.
COUNUII , liuiWH. JOWA , .fitly 1 ! ) , 1BSJ.
Whu t No. 1 iiilllliiK , 768Uj No. S 06 ©
70t rejected 50.
Corn Local purpnins , 40(5)15. ( )
Oats For Incnl purposes , M@-IO.
Hny 810 00 1'J 00 per ton ; baled , DO@CO
Corn aTonl 1 ; W per 100 poumla ,
Wb'Hl Oood supply ; prices at yards , 0 00 ©
700.Ooal Dallvorod , hiiril , 11 60 per ton ; ( oft ,
ft 00 per ton
Lnril ValrbanU'ii , whnleoalluo nt Oj'c.
Flour City Hour , 1 GOsW ( HO.
UroouiB 2 U5ja ( 00 per dor.
Cuttlo-Uutohnr oown 3 tO@4 00. IJiitclior
ftni" , iiono It market.
Shooi > 3.fiO ,
I'UODUCB AMI K1IU1IH.
Quotations by J , M. Ht. John it Co , , com *
mlaaluu inorrlmuU f > 38 Ilromlwuv.
f'miltrv Llvocilil li n , 7c ; fpring chicken * ,
'J 'JW.3 00 [ i r dor. ; llvu turkeyu , 'Jo.
IVachui A bun. box , 1 00.
Oraugor 0(5 ( ( 03 per box.
Lemons 0 00 per box.
lUumiM 'J 0 Kgii 00WT \ Imncli ,
Mutter Oroamory , 20o ; rolls , choice 9@10c.
KtTRB 11 pe dozen.
Vegetable1'oUtoea. . 1 M > 2 00 per bblj
onion ) , 7"c ; cnbbairo , r.0o twr do& ; entlni ?
pplf > , 1-3 bii box , 7.1c@l 2.rKxxltitR 1 00 per
M : bo.inijlH > @ : . ' .25pfr bunltel.
W , If. Huston , of Cincinnati , iflntopping n
1M Olmilottl , of Chlcigo , Is at the Ogdcn
Major Vauglmn in In Dos Molnec , nndls ei
poctcd h'imo to-night ,
K , .T. Iluino , of lloftton , wan among thns
nt the 1'aclfic yesterday.
] ' . C. Alton , of Sioux Mis , D. T , , register
ed nt the 1'nctfic ytstcrdny.
] ' . A. Nnih , general agent of the St , Paul
was over this side yesterday ,
W. H , Marehnll , of Tci Molncs , was hoto
yesterday nhowlngup dontnl goods ,
.T. 1) ) . Potter and T. A. .Toy , of Misnour
Valley , were In the city yostertlsy.
C. O. Ontoi , a commcrclnl tourist from
Brooklyn , was nt the Pacific yesterday.
Mf Mny Simpson is confined to her room ,
iiwing been attacked .with malaria fovor.
K. Morohouso , of the llnrnld bindery , lias
returned from n. visit to relatives nnd friends
K. P. Madison , now of Carthage , Mo. , And
'orinerly n resident of this city , wax nt the
Mrs. .Tohn Dohany nml daughter * , Mrs.
Manner nnd Mlns Doll JJolmuy , nro visiting
relatives in MlnncMotn ,
Mr. nod Mrs. Wormly , who have been vis-
ting Mrs. T. A. Clark , on Harrison Btrect ,
returned to their homo yesterday afternoon.
.T. N. llrown , of the banking house of Oil
man , Son & Co. , of New York , is spending n
: ow days In the city with Colonel L , W. Till-
l'"red ' Keller yesterday re turned from Dakota
nnd Colorndo , where ho lian been the p.-tst ten
days , looking after his land and mining in-
II. J. Chambers , of Avoca , was here ycstcr-
lay , ] lu eaya the naloons nro closed up there
nnd not n Rtnoll of w'llsky , except n little on
, ho sly , perhaps.
.T. P. lleacli , A. II. Danforth , J. M. Waterman -
man , Samuel IfolmcH , C. W. Sttlegtrt , nnd
J. Findley , of Hamburg , were hero yesterday
on legal business.
N. O. Tnggcrt , of the plumbing establish-
: nont of Lowifl & Ollbert , left yesterday for
Uhicngo , whcro ho will moot hii wife nnd lit-
, lo boy , who ba\obocn visiting In the cast.
They will nil return to-morrow.
S. .T , Gnllnghor , who recently was graduated
at West Point , yesterday received his com
mission ns Feuond lieutenant in the Sixth U ,
S. cavalry , with orders BO report at l t. Hay-
nrd , Now Mo.xico , by Sept. 20th.
C. W. Strockwho ban been catching for the
L'corias , has returned after a ulx weeks trip
with the club , and again takes his place with
T. Y. Kullor , the grain man. Strock has
madoa good record in the field , but profcra
B. Sllloway , of Cedar Rapids , ja here for a
'ow days looxing after bin interest in the Ogden -
don houso. Ho reports Uiat nil thn bars in
Ci-dar Hapidu nero closed tight , nnd the local
sentiment seem ) to bo so strongly in fiwor of
irohibitlon that no ono dares to run a saloon
Harry Hunter , the city editor of the Non
pareil , is just able to gob out ngnin , and looks
poorly , but IH on the gain. Harry ha had
uad luck. Ho was Just getting nt homo in his
now position , when the innlarial fever uoizcU
him , nnd now after wrestling with it for BCV-
oral weeks , ho Is just convalescing. It is ti
bo hoped that ho may gain rapidly now , anc
soon bo nblo to give the public the benefit o
his skill ns a nowtgathercr.
The genuine Cleveland hats will bo on
sale at Motcalf Bros. ' by the 25th.
The promincnco which has boon given
to Lioutonant-Ciovornor Manning's name
in connection with the congressional contest -
test in this district has called forth some
opposition , it being hinted that Manning
will not bo able to capture even the deln-
gatcs of the county , on account of the
fact that ho is a new-comer here , and not
a permanent resident. It is alleged thai
ho is "a carpot-baggor" here , and that
ono of the purposes in removing to Coun
cil Blull'j was to capture this nomination.
The opposition also hints that his pre
vious record will bo sprung upon him
and that it will show up against him , anc
already letters have buon son !
to his old homo and inquiries sot a foot
there to got something which may hinder
him in the ruco. On the other hand
Manning's friends nro preparing to moo
and explain any or all such nifitton ) , and
they claim to court the fulloit inquiry.
It is said by POIIIO of Puaoy's intimate
friends that ho will not accept a rcnomi-
nation , and that his personal and bus !
ness interests are such that ho wil
positively decline to run again. Others
of the knowing ones say that this will depend -
pond altogether on whom the republicans
nominate ; if a weak man is up , and Mr.
Pusuy i satisfied that ho has n walk-away ,
ho will accept , but that ho docs not care
enough for tho'position to make a strong
fight for it , or to run any risk of the elm-
firm of defeat. .
Now ia the time to go to St. Paul and
Minneapolis. Hound trip tickets on sale
nt thn union ollico , 507 Broadway , at
? 12.Cr , from July 20 to 23 and good tt >
return till August 18. G. A. R. certifi
cates will not bo required.
.1. L. DiiBoisB , Ag't.
Independent In 1IU Mini ! .
"Papa , are you n democrat or n repub
lican ? " asked a small boy of a hen-pecked
"I'm neither , my < sonj I'm an independent
dent , " ho replied , standing erect and
throwing bick his shoulders with prido.
"John Hennery ! " screamed n shrill
voice from the other room ; "if you don't '
como here right away and rock this baby
I'll fix youl"
As the fond parent made n bolt for the
baby the mnall boy muttorrd to hinuolf :
"Woll. if Hint's what pa calls indopeu
donco I don't want any of it. "
Tim ItrldK wnti Heady ,
Tint following story is told : Some
years iijio the floods carried away n bridge
on the Midii an Central , und until it
could bo replaced there was a suspension
nf traffic. Slid the general superinten
dent to the blunt , hard working old
master bridge builder ; "You must put
all your mmi on that bridge ; they must
work all night and the bridge must bo
completed by daylight. The chief en
gineer shall furnish you * ith the plan
and you can go right ahead , " Karly the
licit morning the ii ; < m > ral superintendent
in a doubtful frainn of mind mot the old
bridge builder. ' 'Well , " said ho , "did
, ho engineer give you a plan for the
bridge ? " "General , " replied the old
man , "tho brldgo is'dono. I don't know
whether the picture is or not. "
DE , JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3COO Elccttlo Belts Sold In tt.o Month ol Juno by us.
Agents Wanted !
ncftrences Any of the business homes In Council nlulTs. JUDD A SMITH Proprietors.
.110 BROADWAY . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
ALL TRIMMED HATS
Till LftexGro.lv < *
MRS , S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Street , Council Bluffs
To "bo sold regardless of
oost for the next two
weeks to make room for
J. J. AUWER DA , 317 Broadwav , Council Bluffs
Bast nnd Must tollable.
IIALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
indorsed by Huvz T.ISCT.
Unlimited for Tone or Finish.
Ilcrt Modern 1'rlco to Iluy.
The Kimliall Onnn. fo long and favorably known in the west , rncommonds itself
7-l'-'J''WAKT ' , Mo Agent for.-ibovo lints of Goods. Wareroonis , 320 Broadway.
Council JJlulfH , town. CoriLspondcnce Solicited. Agents Wnutod ' uwuy
HlliplllUlllH Ol StOCk.
The following wore the shipments of
stock from the union stock yards July
0. S. Aihland , ono carload horses ,
Georgn Howry , ono carload ho8 , 05
lioad , Chicago , via Rock Island.
J. II. Ilondricks , ono car cattle , 29
lioad , Nebraska , via U. P.
Thos. Jacobs , ono car horaos , Coun
J. H. Stewart , two can cattle , 48
lioad , Rock Crook , Wyoming , viaU. P.
Railway Time Table ,
The following are the times of the arrival ml do-
partura ol trains by contra ! Btamlard time , at the
local depots. Train * leave transfer depot tea mla
u es earlier and arrive ton minutes later.
CHICAGO , BURUNarOX AXD qCINOT ,
6:35 : pm ChicagoExpress ; 6:00am :
0:40 : a m Fast Mall. 7:00 : p IT
5:15 : nm [ 'Mall and Kxprcsi , 73pm :
12:30 : p m Accommodation. 2. < JOptu
'At local depot only.
KANSAS CITY , ST. JOS AND COUXCIb BLUFFI.
10:05 : a m Mall and Exprcs ] , ] 7:05 : p m
8:05 : p m 1'aclflc Express , 6:60 : p m
CIIICAOO , ItlLWAUKKX AND BT. PAtTL.
6:25 : p m Express , 9.05 a m
9:16 : a in Express , 6:55 : p in
CIIICAOO , ROCK ISLAND AND PACI7IC.
6:20 : p m AtUntlo Express , O.C5 a m
0.25am Day Express , 6:5 : ipm
7:20 p m f DCS Moinea Accomtnod tlon'i B.C5 p m
At local depot only , i
WABASII , ST. tOUIB AND PACIFIC.
9:56 : a m Mall , 4:45 : p m
f.bOpm Cannon Ba'l ' 11:15 : am
CIIICAOO and MmuwKSTRiuc.
6:30 : p ra Express , 0.60 p ra
9:24 : n in PaclDo Express , 0.05am
BIODX 01TT AND PACIFIC.
M p m St. I'aul Express , 8EO : a m
> :20ftua : Day Eipros $ 6:60 : pm
8:00 : p m Western Express , 8:35 : a m
11:00 : a m 1'adflo Express , 4:40 : p m
7:40 : a m Local Express , 6:54 : a m
12:10 a m Lincoln Express ,
At Transfer only.
DDW1IT TRAINS TO Oil AHA.
Leave 7:20-8:80-0:30-10.30-11:40 : : : : a. m. 1:30-2:3 : :
8:30-4:30-6:30-8:30-11:05 : : : : : p m Sunday 0:30-11:10 : :
a m. 1:30--3:30-6:3CM3:30-11:06 : : : : : p. m. Arilvo 10 mln
to hoturo leaving tlmn
NOTIOE. Special a Tortlscments , BHO s Lost ,
Found , To Loan , For Ealo , To Rent , Wants , Board
Ing , oto. , will bo Inserted In this column at the low
rate of TEN CENTS I'EK LINE lor the flrst Insertion
and FIVE CENTS PKIl LINK for each subsequent u-
sortlon. Leave a < Uortl8oments atouroQloo , No.
Pearl Street , near Uroadnav
iJVll S\LK A coaipleto stock of uro orlcs nni !
1 fixtures In Counel Uluffi ; a corner store
and a Urst class location , doinx ajjood Inialnesa , sat
isfactory reasons clvpii for iwllloB. Address MuVTKL
* FpXiJ.u. 8'- South laln street.
rOST Gold bracelet on Sunday , July 12th. Find
J crullllio suitably roar'lrd upon leaving the
Biitnowitha9iltjr , Ho.s on Tea atoro.
WANThO A KoocFrifiitnlth for Konoralvork lu
country thop. Aildruss W. W. Loomli , t Ui-
tldHracllov A. Go's Ulna , Council llliltfj , la. jlOt.
U7Anii-ly : ! a inarno-l man , ucij to , situation
in attholcsiloor ictall ifiocurjliouso. Had 18
years pxi-rlinco Can p\vo \ llrst-cla.s pfercncta.
Address "J n. 11 , , " lois Broodwav , Council lllua
\\TANIK1I. Position as cujjlncur or llreinon , by
It experienced hand , capublo of ilolng hlsoun
ruiiilrlnir. btrioily tcmpoiaio. Addrcsu S. , DEH
ulllcu. C'ouricll IJlulTs.
WAN'lnD-Flvu humlrotl pieces of llrstclaes
second hand carpet and two hundred heating
stovea. A. J JIANUUl. , Utb liroadway.
OLD PAPKIIS For sale at BKI ollico , at 25 cent *
WANTED Every bniiym Council lllulla to take
Tiullsa. DolUerod by carrier at only twenty
contii a week.
FOlt KALE CIIK.\P OrtorcTif , a nhop suitable
for blackimlthlng or u ) ; on-tiitlilng. Inquire
No. 12 north Main utrcit , Council Illuflfii.
SITUATION WANTi > ] l-Ily a thoroughly compo-
tent booktec'pcr.Voiildworkon email taiary
fora Kood ( Inn Hr i-c'nBd rcleiuncts. X. Y/
llr.K ollico , Council
I poll 8ALK. A KolJcn opportunity to get Into a
legitimate ami tirnlluililo business nti eauv
terms. A well cstablljhocl bakery In Council llluffa
for tain. < ! oo > l reanona for ncllliif. Addiesi 0. U.
J , lif.K cilice , Council lllulla
A DENTS Ladles and gentlemen cnn make Dr t
Xl.rlaiiij wngei by selling tlio "Chamrlou Bosom
Structher and ronlng lioard. " llotullu at tl.OO ,
Any lady can do un a Una shirt without a wrlnkU
mil glogj It as nicely ai the iMwtlauuJrlcacan.AddreaA
fxr luitlculars 0. B. S. & L Co. , ln ollico , Council
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
roil \LG-Tno large lots with tlirco raised
liouso' , and all imro\ement | > , bringing montnly
rental cf W. I'rlcotl.'OO.
Address L. , Bus Office
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will bo received by
the undorsl ned till August I , 1881 , at
noon , for the building of the now Pres
byterian Church in Council BlulCd , Iowa.
Plans and specifications can bu soon at
the Bank of Oflicor & Pusoy.
Contractors , in their bids to state the
> rico at which they will take the stone ,
> rick and lumber of the old Church *
The committee reserve the right to re-
cct any and all bids.
By order of the Building Committee.
TUOMAH OmcEii ,
Mrs , H , J , Hilton. H n ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
222 MIddIo Broa-liray. Council HluQa.
WINDOW CAPS , FINIALS , ETC
are aatix aatroot ,
OMAHA ZZT NEBKASK.
J 4COB BINS. E. P. OADWELL
8IMS& CADWELL ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
Office , Main Street , Booms 1 and 2 Shugarti & Me
Uahon'4 Block. Will practice In State and Ftdert
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
Taught by PKOF. SCUKOOR Tuesday and
Friday evenings from 8:00 :
to 10:30 : o'clock.
IUNK FOR KF.NT AT $15.00 1'EB NIGHT.
TLARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN ,
F. H. MARTENS , Prop'r.
J.H. TATE. WAItllKN WHITB
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
I'ractlco In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schngart's Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
TJio Prcsbytoriana of Council Blufl'a offer
for for sale a lot of Scats , Windows , Car
pota , Lamps , Stoves , Gaa Fixtures , Ta
bles , Pulpit , n now roof , iusido Shutters
etc. , now in the church building before i
is taken down to make way for their now
houao of worship. The above articles
are in good condition and will bo sold rea
aonably. For prices and particulars cal
on THOMAS OKFICEU ,
D UFRLKE& MENDELHON.
fa-UKMOVKD TO ( OMAHA NATIONAL I1ANH
Justice of the Peace ,
Omaha and Council IHaffr.
estate collection agency , Odd Fellows Block
nios. omen , u. M. PDSIT.
OFFICER & PUSEY
Council Dluffa la.
Establisnea - -
Dealers Jn Foreign and omestlo Exchange an
E. Rice m. D.
or other tumors rerno\ed without thi
( HIT blrty > earn practical eiperlcnct OXce No
Pciir treet , Council lilufla
ICE ! ICE ) ! ICE ! ! !
For pure rUer Ice patrol Ue the blue uigoni rat <
( factlrn guaranteed. Lca\ order * at No. 4& South
TUephoue No. 81.
MULIIOLLAXD & NICHOLAS.
lha > e IhtxUy oldmy grorcry bu < lncM to Tim
m'n a Co. 'Hi Indeotcd to uie u III tilxanu oill at
he eld Und and lettlt ) . KU , LEKIIKII.
Omtlia , July lutn Ibbi jy 11 O
H.H. HORNS & CO. ,
\\JIOLESAU5 DEALERS IN
Wo mnko n specialty , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA ml
YA11A OIOAIIS. All Oigara sold by us nro of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway ,
II. H. 1IORNE & CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
SMITH it TOLLEU , AK ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Ventilated Three Inch Fart ,
ON VEGETABLE LACE ,
OHLY FIFTY C E K T S.
Switches , ( all long Imir ) $2.00 84.00. $8,00nd upwards. Coqiietta
nud Hair Onmments Given Away.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
No. 337 Broadway Council Bluffs
urtalno , In Lace , ri'Jr , Turcoman , Eto. OU clothsMattings ) , Linoleums Eto
hoicost and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
| omo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods in our line ,
ihcapost place to buy CARPETS , Curtaiua and House Furnishings in the
C'ty. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Nos. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEJUPLE - - [ COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Pilled Promptly and with Care.
The Best $2 a day House in the West
Sample Rooms ,
First Claaa Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Rates to Regular Boarders.
Perfect Fitting , Best and Cheapest. Fine Linen Collars arid Cults. i i f '
No. 715 Fourth Street Council Bluffs , Iowa.
NEUMAYER'S HOTEL A
Furniture and appointments all now. Nos. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
$1 to 9LO each. Hair ornaments giveii with every pur-
nhase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended Co.
Waves mada of Ladies' comhings at 50c per
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J GOOD 29 Main Stree
- KVERYTIIINCI1HSTCLASS. . IOW"V
Nos. 2 17 mid 21 OS. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
O . .toiorto Tlxo
401 Broadway , . 1 Mc Is at all Hours.
Council BluBs. | 1'artles a Specialty.
Metalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
ZXTo. 3.2 3XT. XWTivlix. St. . Ooixixoil 231ix T6 ( .
601 Main Street , Council Blufls.
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS
SAMPLE CASES a specialty. Shawl , Tourist , and Trunk Straps.
Pwcnty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Exec u ted
and 344 Broadway , COUNCIL BLD IPS , IOW
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