Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 28, 1884, Image 2

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    THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS , MONDAY JULY 28.1881 ,
HE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Monday Morning. July 28.
rsuuscRirrioN IUTES.
Hv Carrier - - - - - - -SO < nt r * * week
By Mall - - - - - 110.00 per year
OFFICES
No. 7 Pearl Street. Near Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
The council moots to night.
See J. Roitor'a summer goods.
Hotels complain of light travel.
T. L. Ohilds has returned from a few
weeks visit to Colorado.
There was no sorvlco nt St. Paul's
JSpUcopal church yesterday.
Finloy Burke , of Orange City , is visiting -
ing his parents and friends hero.
W. L. Hill Is the father of n nice little
lady who arrived in the city Friday
night.
The Methodist church was again oc
cupied yesterday , it having boon repaired
and made safe.
Wm. Brown , John Barton and Jacob
Shaupo were each lined $7.50 Saturday
for being drunk.
William Harris was sent to jail for
thirty days on yesterday for stealing Mr ,
iloyors' saddle.
A. W. Courcon rested up nt the Boch-
tele yesterday before tackling ice cream
at Lincoln again.
It is stated , that Council Bluffe has a
debt of $ G per capita , while Dos Moinoa *
debt is $25 per capita.
The young colored mon of the city arc
to moot Wednesday night to form a
Blaine and Logan club.
Philip Phillips is to give n concert at
Broadway Methodist church Wednesday
and Thursday evenings.
M. B. Brown , while playing ball yes-
torday afternoon , slipped on a bat , foil
and sprained his ankle badly.
The heavy rain last night caused the
crook to overflow in several places , but
no damage of any account wan do no.
The oloctrio light company will soon
start up n third dynamo , and then sov-
cnty-fivo lightojwill bo kept blazing.
Judge Racd has dismissed the injunc
tion ciso of the now city hall at Hamburg
and the work is going along rapidly.
On Saturday afternoon Justice
Vaughan married Mr. H. G. Counsman
and Mies Y. K. Bailey , both of Omaha.
During the rain last night , the foun
dation of Mr. Louoh'a residence , corner
Eighth and Sixth avenue was inundated.
Frank Phillips , the son ot Axhandlo
Phillips , was arrested yesterday for being
drunk and threatening to kill his family.
County Surveyor Tostovin has patented
a parallel rule and protraction , which is
said to bo greatly appreciated by draughts
men.
men.Hon.
Hon. Lafo Young , cf the Atlantic
Telegraph , arrived hero Saturday for Jiia
weekly review of the congressional situ
ation.
The Blaine and Logan club are talking
of going the democrats one bettor , by
getting two street banners , ono for Main ;
etrcot and the other for Broadway.
Dr. Wade Cory now has the well-
known trotting stallion , Glonwood , un
der his charge , who will see that ho is in
good condition for the fall races.
Mrs , M. S. Bonnor's residence on
Benton street , corner of Washington IB
avenue , was entered by thieves Friday
night , but no plunder of value secured ,
The work of excavating on Broadway
has commenced preparatory to paving.
The paving will commence at the Meth
odist church and proceed toward the
river.
The question is still being asked
"What are the prohibitionists going to
do about it ? " No ono seems able to an
swer , and the saloons are running as
usual.
Mis. Cusio , wife of ox-policeman Jack
Cusic , has boon vary ill for the past fovr if
days , and for several hours was not ex
pected to live , but is now somewhat
hotter.
The Oakland Acorn gives Lieutenant
Governor Manning a half column sond-oH'
as the strongest and most unobjection
able congressional candidate that could Is
bo selected by the republicans.
Glonwood has a now paper , "The
Democrat , " published by Richardson &
Williams. If It keeps up to its standard
of its first issue , it cannot but bo suc
cessful. It is clean-faced and full of
news.
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By some sort of n blunder in turning
on the fire pressure apparatus in police
headquarters that building had a narrow
escape fromboingdolugod with water. As
it was the front room was pretty well wet P'Pi
down. Pile
There have boon $40,000 of the paving loai
bonds of the city sold to a banking house aiI
I ]
in Portland , Bio. , at 1 per cent premium ,
and accrued interest. Of this $10,000 Stil ;
only $9,000 is for paving intersections of til
fltreota. BU
tii
These hogsheads on Bancroft street
tli
fltill prow ) a stumbling obstacle to sidewalk
all
walk podcstriana , and ought to bo removed
ul ,
moved , There is plenty of room in the '
n's
city for the storage of goods elsewhere hiiN ,
than on the sidewalks.
" " ho
Samuel Western , living in the south- lal
cm part of the city has lott three cows ho
from a peculiar sort of disease , the chief un
eymptomg of which are loss of uppotito it t
and weak back. Some of his neighbors foi
lioro also loit cows in a like manner. of
ofhi
Dr. Cross has obtained a temporary ( hide
injunction from Judge Aylesworth ro- thi
ticiaEj ! , ' the cciutalle from ojcclit-g
him from the house ho now occupies ,
Justice Schutz , on trial of the case pre
viously , having issued A writ of ouster.
Among these who are employed by
Mr. Wiokhrun , carrying the hod and do
ing mason work , is ono who is n Polish
count , another who is a eon of a Dos
Moines alderman , and another who is a
son of Col. Maploaon , the opera man
ager.
ager.J.
J. W. Porcgoy has returned from Dubuque -
buquo , where ho has boon in the Interest
of the fall races horo. Ho reports that
most of the sportsmen whom ho inter
viewed oxpreescd themselves as favorable
to Council Bluffs and anxious to come
hero.
Informations were filed Saturday
against parties owning property alonft
the alloy running from the city building
to Main 'street , for maintaining a
nuisance , the alley being too fifthy. The
work of cleaning up was commenced .nd
the coses dismissed.
Belle Clever is now said to bo running
an establishment in Ohoyonno , nnd gath
orlng in many ducats. It is said that her
"Goorgo" In getting transportation for
the old lady nnd her girls got special rates
for thorn as n dramatic company. Tlioy
are supposed to play "Barriers Burned
Away. "
Next Thursday evening a farewell re
ception is to ho tendered Ilov. Cyrus
Hamlin , at the residence of Mr.V. . W.
Wallace. The members of the Congre
gational church and their friends are
invited Co attend. It is expected that
Mr. Hamlin will occupy the pulpit for
ono or two more Sundays before taking
final leave.
A man by the name of Knight , who
works at the packing house , tried to
commit suicide yesterday morning about
7 o'clock by cutting his throat. Ho suc
ceeded in making a small gash , but noth
ing aorious. Last night ho was lying at
his residence , near the packing house ,
very comfortable.
George Madison , who has boon serving
as a substitute letter carrier , taking the
place of any of the regular carriers who
chanced to bo sick or otherwise laid off ,
has bnon made a regular and given n
route , thus making six regular carriers in
stead of five. A now substitute carrier
will soon bo appointed , and will find plen
ty of work , as the fifteen days vacation
allowed each of the six camera will give
the substitute throe months' steady work.
The man arrested on last circus day on
the charge of abducting n little girl from
Sioux City , is to ha von hearing before the
mayor to-day. A letter has boon received
from the mayor of Sioux City , stating
that the girl's parents are poor and rather
ignorant half-brccda , and that this follow
represented himself to them as a detective
living in Council Bluffs. Ho promised
to take the girl as his own daughter ,
adopt her. provide for her , and educate
her , and on these promises they lot her
go with him.
Mayor Vnughaii has been so besieged
with complaints about Indian crook from
the Hooded and the Buffering that ho has
boon trying to got the council to sign a
paper authorizing him to sot men at work
to iix the crook BO as to got temporary re
lief. Thus far ho has boon very success
ful in getting the aldermen to sign the
paper. Ho threatens that if ho cannot
ot the council to co-operate in this ho
will use his power to appoint special
pollcomon nnd will detail these policemen
to dig out the crook , and do such other
work as is necessary , Whoop-lah.
A new agricultural implement house is
about to bo started in this city , the fir in
title to bo J. Kloob & Co. Mr. Kloob
from Panama , while Mr. Frank Cnoloy , si
his partner , has bueu manager for James
Thomas itCo , , the well known Main
street house in the same lino. The now
firm have loaned the Mynstor buildings
on upper Broadway , and will confine
themselves to the retail business together
with Boino transferring. Both gentlemen
being well known , and experienced in ; >
the business they will doubtk'es hnvo no
Jilliciilty in securing a liberal share of h
the business in that line.
Oflicor Donovan was over from Omaha
yesterday , searching for a man named
Lynch , who was wanted for thu larceny
§ 11)5 ) from a man who waa boarding at
No. 212 Tenth street. Tills man claims 3f
lhat Lynch had oakod him a day or two < T
joforo for the loan of fifty cants , and ho t
iad granted the request , going to his ,
room with Lynch and getting the money
Tom his trunk , whcro ho kept It. It
thought that in this way Lynch learned
whcro the money was , and afterwards
wont to Lynch's room got the key from
the pocket of a pair of pantaloons hang . '
ing on the wall , opened the trunk and [
jot the money. The Omaha officers got in
little or no information about Lynch
and it is reported that Lynch is related
eorao of the city officials , which may
account for the fact that the police here
know nothing about such
any man being ill
horo.
horo.A
A short time ago a stranger died under
peculiar ' circumstances , at Andrew Dill's
place , southwest of Glenwood. It is now ]
learned that his name was Murcua Moss , Fo nif
ind that his parents live near Pleasant FBI
Hill , Mo. , his father being a farmer in FBIn
oed circumstances. It seems that seine eoi
J'e
inio ago ho was sun-struck , and as a ro-
lult was subject to great nervous prostra-
ion at times , and while laboring under
IIPBU attacks , his mind was more or loss
lt
fleeted. When lie left home ho bout-lit
ticket for Omaha , which was found on
person , ] [ Ilia family have relatives in nd
Nebraska. It is supposed that ho loft
train at the Junction , and while C
CV
iboring under a temporary aberration of V [
mind wandered oil' into thu country >
intil liu reached Mr. Dill's phco. Here
is evident that ho regained his faculties
ho conversed rationally with members m
Dill's family. Ho Ima long been in \
habit of using laudanum us an untljftr : ,
oto for nervousness , nnd the theory is An' '
mt by accident he took an ovordosu of " id ,
r
BEATEN BY A BRUTE ,
A fife's ' Story of Her Inhnman
Treatment By Her England ,
Clinrgcfi Which It Proved Should
CfttiRO Him to Stretch.
Amlddlo-Hged woman , accompanied by
her little daughter , hobbled up the stairs
and limped into Justice Vaughan's office
Saturday afternoon , groaning with the
pain of blows , which she said hod boon
given her by him who hod sworn to cher
ish and protect hor. The woman gave
her name as Mary Marshal and her hus
band's name as John K. Marshal. She
said that her husband had been cruelly
boating her , and her appearance corrobo
rated the statement. Her shoulders and
back bore great bruises , which showed
that she had boon actually mauled , nnu
Dr. Bellinger and others who examined
the woman's ' condition had their indigna
tion aroused to such a pitch that if Judge
Lynch had jurisdiction in this city they
would have sought no stay of proceed
ings.Aftor
After a warrant had been issued for
the husband's arrest , and while waiting
for the return of constable Wesley and
ollicor Dunn , the woman gave TUB BEE
man some further details of her troubles
and trials , and the daughter corroborated
the statements. She said that the trou
ble between them was nbout money mat
ters mainly. Ho wanted her to give him
aomo of her earnings and property. Al
though the mother of ton children , she
had boon the chief support of the family ,
and by ro-covoring chair bottoms , earn
ed three to four d.ollars per day , she had
boon able to accumulate n little property
in StrooUvlllo , and had just got her homo
paid for. Because she would not deed
him this property or lot him mortgage It ,
ho had gob angry and had thus beaten
hor. According to her statement ,
ho had beaten her before , but not BO
badly. This ; time ho first knocked
her down with n picco of scantling , and
then grabbing seine dead sun-llowor
ntalks ho thrashed her with these , al
though she was on her knees bogging
him to desist , nnd several mon standing
in the street would not interfere.
She also lot out some of his past his
tory. She said that ho was sentenced to
the penitentiary in Lincoln for three
years for rape , and having served his time
wife lot out nbout a year ago , but had not
boon out but a short time before ho at
tempted to misuse a little girl , and that
ho had even nttomptod brutality with his
own children.
The man was brought into court by
the officers nnd there showed that ho had
about such a temper as the woman do-
flcribed. Ho brought along aomo sun-
llowor stalks in his hands , which ho
wanted to use as evidence , and ho pro
posed trying them on Attorney Mynstor's
back , but that gontlomau seou made him
quiet down and behave himself.
The follow pleaded guilty to asnault ,
and on this charge waa fined $100 , or
thirty days In jail. Several other charges
were preferred , ono for throats , ono of
assault with intent to do great bodily
injury , also ono for assaulting the little
daughter. The bail on these was fixed at
$1,000 and the coses continued until to
day. In the meantime ho lies in jail
serving out his term of thirty days. If
ho ia guilty of ono-hnlf the mfsdooda
charged up to his account there should
bo some way of making his brutal nature
roaiizo that the way of such a transgressor
ser is very , very hard.
Hundreds of rratoful people who have
boon cured of Rheumatism say Siloom
Borings is ahead as n specific for that dis
ease. See advt. in another column.
Rani Krttnto Transfers. !
COUNCIL BLUITS , July 20,1885. i
J. L. Board to 0. F. Harnmar , wA BW }
17 70 41. $1.200.
W. H. Engliih to James Salisbury eA
not nnd awl * * \ 14 70 : t8 , $1,200.
0.11. I. & P. R. 11. Co. to Hans Mad-
BOII uwj nwj 32 77 42 , $400.
0. R. I. As P. 11. 11. Co. to Hnna Mad-
son uwj nwb 32 77 42100. .
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John W. linird Is back from IIIH oxtomloil Jj
nruatorn trip nnil camping-out vacation. ki
N. SclmrIins roturnoil from the reunion nt | ,
Miiini'.ipoliH , and in ngaln bnlnnciag tlio ncalca
f justice. :
Misa licllo Alexander , of Oakland , who
ian ! boon in the city ou n vinlt for the past
ivcuk , has returned tome.
iT. 0 , WmlHWorth lias invilo arrangement1) to
mtor Durnhain , Tulluy it CO.'H oflico on the
irat of the month , as stenographer.
Mrs. 1) . IT. Colomnn , daughter of M. Smith ,
the Hovoro house , hna returned to Now
Tcreny | , nfter Bi > eiitllne aovoral wioha hero
ury pleasantly. 1 lor ulster , Jllua Lou Smith ,
returned with her to vliit Now Jersey rola-
iui8 for a toy months. J !
Feeble ladioa grow strong and happy nt
Biloam Springs. Road analysis and bo
jonvincod of their healing' and tonio I
iroportios.
The Plymouth county board of super-
'Isora has given a permit to thoGormania
Ironing company of LoMars , to carry Ot
the business of manufacturing , buying 16
ind soiling intoxicating liquors for 12
neohanical medicinal culinary and 26
, , sacra- 26
nontal purposes. 20
IS
liuslmoll soils railroad ttokota cheap to 12
26
pointa. 26Ki
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SPECIAL NOTICES. liCe 10 '
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NOTICE.-Spoclal a Ycrtlieruenti , ma ai Loet , 6Wl
ouud , To Loan , For Halo , To Rent , WauU , Uoard- Wl
, eta. , will be Inserted In ttili oolumn at the low- JlDa
ate ot TEN CH.NT31'Kll LINK tor the Brut Intertloo 10 )
10All
KIVK CENTS I'KH LINK for each lubeeqaent n- All
oitkm , Leave adiertlsomouts at ourofHoe , No. I"
'earl Street , near Broadwav
WAHTB. po ,
FOH 8ALB-Or wllllrrnt by September W , toll Chi
fumll.i ulllioutclilldrrn , a new Iiouio with tiarn , ow
' rntto. Kuqulm of Frank Cock , room 9 , Bhu-
art'ii blonk , Council lllulf * .
rrOThl. Treruont IIou o for rent , aud furniture a
T ' ° riMll Hnqulre on prtmlieacoriur liroadway
Muth atreet , Uoiiiidl JlliiB *
3L11' ' I'APKKS-Ifor ulo at Il l offloo , at 26 oouUi
a hundrod.
IJ ANTKUKry bo < iyin Council llluiTu to take
VV TiullBg. . , , Uelhfrad by oarriera * only twenty J.U
intu nr.11,1
nt a wouk.
7HM 8ALK CIIKAI'-noo. ) boirdlne homo , naloou
und billiard hall . 'Ino bu.l.iiM , Addieu K.
ntllcv , Council DlufTd
HEM'S Ladlus and ( rentlouion can make flmt
claw nntfcj by ielllni ( tli "Champlun Ilo om
rtcthcr and rowing Hoard. " HetalU at 1.00.
hdycftudoupa fine ihlrt without a wrlnkli
Klimi It M nicely aitrieirotlaundtlcacau.Addreoii Ol
iwitlculara 0.11. H , i L Co. , Un office , Council Mali
CIDER ! CIDER !
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels.
AGENTS FOR
lay JIM" Fine Cat CJieiim tlie Best-
"Bee , " and "Rival" Cigars.
The Best Nickel Goods Offered , We Guar
antee Our Assertion. Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
- - IOWA
jhickering Piano
Beat anj Moat Reliable.
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
KnJoracd by FIUNZ I.IBZT.
EMERSON PIANO.
Unrivalled for Tone or Klnleli.
KIMBALL PIANO
IJcst Modern 1'rlco to Buy.
The Kimbnll Orfrnn , eo long and favorably known In the west
J..L. STKWAHT , kolo Agent for above fines of Gooda ; W . , ,
. „ „ „
Council Bluffs , Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. Agents Wanted.
The proprietor of Siloam Sprlnc ; wll
enter into written contract to euro you
catarrah , or forfeit all claims to pay for
treatment. See advt. in another column
Write for particulars.
Kingslcy Times , 24 ; The sccom
Sioux City camp-meeting will begin July
30 , at Eiaontrnvf's grove , about two
miloa from Lucky valley.
Railway ] Time Table.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
The following are the times of the arrival and departure
parturo of trains by contra ! standard time , at the
local depots. Trains leave transfer depot ten tnlu
ii.cs earlier and arrlvo tan minutes later.
CHICAGO , HUULINOfON AND QU1KOT ,
LHAVB. ARRIVH
6:35 : p m Chicago Express D:00 : a m
9:40 : a m Fast Mall. 7:00 : p n >
S:40 : a m I'llnll and Kiprcss , 7 : ' J p m
12:30 : p m Accommodation. 2,40 p m
"At local depot only.
KANSAS CITT , ST. JOB AND COUNCIL ELCTFfl.
10:06 : a m jMnll and Express , 7:05 : p m
3:05 : p m 1'aclQc Express , 6:60 : p m
CHICAGO , UILWAUK11B AND SI. PAUL.
5:25 : p m Exprcaa , 9 05 a m
0:16 : a m Express , 8:66 : p m
cnioAoo , HOCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC.
6:50 : p m Atlmtlo Express , 0.06 a m
8:25 : a m Day Express , 6:61 : p m
7:20 a m "Dos Molncs Accommodation , 6:05 p m
At local depot only.
"WABiSH , ST. LOUIS AMD rACinO.
1:20 : a m Mall , 3 0 p m
6:10 : pm AcconrniodaLon 9.00am
"Al Transferenly
CHICAGO and NORiimarajH.
5:30 : p m Express , 0:50 : p m
9:26 : a m Paclfla Express 9.05 a m
BIOUX CITT AND PACIFIC.
r:40 : p m St. Paul Express , 8:50 : a m
r. 0 a m Pay Express 6:60 : p m
"ONION rAcirio.
8:00 : p m Western Express , 8:35 a m
11:00 : a m Paclfta Express , 4:40 : p m
7:40 : am Local Express , 8:64 : a in
12:10 : a m Lincoln Express ,
"At Trantfer only.
DUMMT TRAINS TO OUAIIA.
Leave 7:20-8:30-3:30-10:30-11:40 : : : : a. m. 1:30-2:3 :
: SO-4:30-6:30-a:30-U:05 : : : : p. m Sunday 9:30-11:40 :
m. l:30 : 3:30-6:3M : ( > .30-ll:05 : .p. m. Arilve 10 mln
e befuro leaving tlnin
THE INVfiLID'S GREAT BOON !
NATUUE'S UEMEDY.
Thnso waters como In a turgf , pure BtrcMn , flown -
n ; from Nature's fountain and touched l > y the ham
if the Matter Cliemlit , In a laboratory not inadoiltl :
lamia : , for the cure of Khoumatlsiri , Scrofula , Ulcers
> t > rrh , all DIooU anil Skin DUcacea , Ujgpepsla ,
Hcr ! Complaints , Kidney and lllruUlor Diseases ,
Jnut , Nour ilKla and Aethuia. And they are now ao-
tiioulcdifcd to bo a most wonderful speculator nl
rins rf Female Derangements anil Central ! > ?
illlty | uliero a tonlo treatment In desirable.
Hundreds of ratcfui reoplo who came f > the
Springs on crutches and etrctcliera and wcntauav
urcd , many of them 'liaplijf and praUIriK Oed , "
vllltcntlf } to the lieallnif jiro\iurliciof \ those waters.
"imbioTUTimnoon ! " ' ur.sATimu nmnou. "
UKV. H M. THOMPSON , Manst-or.
Albany , Hlloam Springs , Gentry Co. , Mo.
GASH TALKS !
U the well-known Establishment .
OP
. P. FILBERT
,
209 Upper Broadway , the
PIONEER GASH
Council BluOg. Notice our reduooa Pilco Lilt.
We gi > o
BpouudtKitraOSiifrar for . , . 91 00
poumlt Granulated Suirar . l 00
| iound Choice Oatmeal . lee
poundi Navy Itoina . i oo
i > ound But Dulk Starch . 1 00
| > oundi Carolina lllc . , . , . I 00
pounds Choice f runt 8 . , , I'oo
hare Buffalo Soap . l oo
Iitra Lake Trout , | xr pound . 09
iorrlhard'1 1'lutt per Ib . 40
doien Uackcrel . . . . . 15
'olorado Klour , Winter , per cwt . S BO
Ni
pounds QlniterSiiapi . , , . . , 1 CO
Dpoundih mlojr. . . . . . l co
H' Honkcg Syiup. . , . , . l 70
Hilte Flih , par kit. . . . .I ! ! ! ; . ! ! ! 80
lackorel , i > erklt . , . 10
atiti , IMS . pound . 10
S pound cam Standard TouuxtoM , . , , . 100
klnda California KrultJ .
louud Luak'd Standard 4 for. , . , , . 1 00
r. T. T. n
Al | grades , aooordlag to quality , IBo to SOo per ,
mud.
We alao mrry a full line of Min'i , Dulles' And
ilMrcn'i line Hhoe > and Uea' * fine lloota at very
prices. Alao a full line 01 Tinware and KOi'ral
rchaudise. Call on us and be coivlncod thai you
ime monny t-v deallns with Ui. Oooda dollvoied
e In anr part of the city.
a word , we at'i bound to acll and challenge all
aole competition lu thU oountv.
J. I' .KILH1I11T 0 )
20SU.
coii auis. c. r , OADWKU >
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Sir/ISA. OADWELL ,
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Ittorneys'-al-Law , J
COUNCIL .
Xflw , Main Btrwk , lliomi I ami 2 t&ugtr * X tic-
tiou' lilocV. Will t > r ct'oe ' Ui 8U aud F.dotl
uu
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
For pure river Ice
patrorlre the Woo
wagons-eat-
KlUrantCcd4 Leave ° 'do" ' No. 45 South
Main I
Telephone No. 84.
MULHOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , M JL
PHYSICIAN & SFKGEON ,
322 Middle Bro 4w < iy. Council Blufla.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
FOR SAI < E Two largo lots with thrco raised
house- , and all
lmpro\emente , bringing monthly
rental of 824. Price $ ] , { 00.
Address L. , DEB Oflico
J.B. .
TATK. WAHHK.V WHITE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schugart'a Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
W. R. VAUCHAN.
Justice of the Peace ,
Omaha and Council Bluff * .
Real estate collection agency , Odd Fcllowa Block
over Savings Dank.
TD.OS. OPFI01B , | 1. If. FDS1T.
OFFICER & PUSEY
BACKERS.
Council Bluffs . I * .
Esfab/isfiea - - 1856
Dealers la Foreign and omestlo Exchange an
Hrwo Securltt
E. Eice M , D.
or other tumors removed without tbt
knlfo or drawing o blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES - - . * * !
Over hlrty years practical experience O.Bco No
Tear troct , Council lilutfi
CVConcultatlon trco
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled propoaala will bo received by
the underaltjned till Auguat 1 ISSt , nt p
noon , for the building of the now Prea-
bytorlau Church in Council Blufla , lown.
Pluna and specifications cnn bo aeon at
.ho Bank of Ollicor & Puaoy.
Contractor , in their bid a to state the
> rico nt which they will take the atone ,
irick and lumber of the old Church
The committed reserve the right to ro-
cct any nnd nil bids.
By order of the Building Committee.
' THOMAS OKFICKH ,
Council Blufla.
BOOQE'S ' SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
Commission Merchant
Jo .S3 Pearl Street Council Wliiff9 , owa.
As there are many
So-Oallod Veterinary Surgeons
thli city , who are practicing their qutckery on
mr iKxiiilc , ] deem It but justice to lay that I defy
nye ( them to produce a diploma , or credentials ,
iclicutlujf thutthey are graduates of auy t > | crlnar >
ittltuto , and I du hereby caution the publijagalui * '
ucb quacks , ai
I am the Only Known Graduate
IN WESTEKN IOWA.
ffioe & Pharmacy , 125B'dwayj '
AT IlLUE UAUN.
T. J. CADY , M. D , , V. S.
T [ "
N. 8CHURZ.
Justice of foe Peace.
OFFfCE OVEIl AilKlUCAN
JOUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA , "an
H.H. HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Fine Cigars
YARA ? 0TS . "P,0,0 ' ' nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA nd
OIGAIIS. All Cigars Bold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
an represented.
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE. I GB2
Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE & CO. , I COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
SMITH & XOMiEU , AK < s ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main atreot ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
od , and Notion , at
} jjj J HanflUlCllirBP.
ASADY , ORGUTT Si FRENCH
urtatna , In Lace , ei'fc , Turcoman , Etc. OU cloths JMattlnea , Linoleums Etc
hoioest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
Jomo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods In our lino.
Iheapoat place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Houao Furnishings In the
C'ty. Upholstering nnd Bedding Supplies.
Nos. 5 , 7 nnd 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - [ COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
The Best $2 a day House in the West
Centrally Located.
Sample Rooms ,
Firat Class Table ,
All Modern Conveniencea.
Reduced Kates to Regular Boarders.
Till
MRS. S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Street , Council Bluffs >
To bo sold regardless of
mis cost for the next two
weeks to make room for
Fall Goods.
J. J. AITWEBDA , 317Broadwav , Council Bluffs
NEUBSAYER'S HOTEL
ON THE
Furniture and appointments all now. Noa. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
lto 9&0 each. Hair ornaments given with every pur
chase. All kinds of hair work promptly attended to , I'
Waves made of Ladies' combings at 50c per inch , I'I I
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J , GOOD 29 Main Stree
- EVERYTHING /1HSTCLASS. -
Noa. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Electric Belts Sold In the Month of June by us.
Agents Wanted !
Itelcrenccs Any o the luelno houses In Council Bluffd. JUDD & SMITH Proprietors.
319 BROADWAY . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Metalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEORAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
3XTO. 3.2 3XT. ZVXfvlxx JBIt. . Oou.xa.oiX 231ix fiGf.
501 Main Street , Council Blufl's.
JIANUFACTUREK OF
BUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS
SAMI-LK CASES n specialty. Shawl , Tourist , and Trunk Straps ,
"wenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Exec uted
© toet ! ± " DOirojSu. ,
WHOLESALE DKALEHSfllN
! APS BUGK GLOVES ,
ad 844 Broadway , . COCKC1L LLUITS , 1C V A