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G THE DAILY BEJU- COUNCIL BLUFFS TUESDAY JULY 29,1884 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Tuesday Mornin , July 29 ,
f SUBSCRIPTION HATES.
Pv CArrlct - - - - - - - SO nentu per w k
By il il - - - - . $10.00 t r year
No. 7 Pearl Btreot , Hoar Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
See J. Roitor'a summer gooda.
The property owners on Market street
want paving now.
"Work on the now Stutaman street
school is progressing well.
"What has become of the city hospital
schorao f It will aoon be needed
M. B. Brown has a sprained ankle aa
the result of trying to catch a fly.
The only stock shipments yesterday
were 25 cars cattle , 520 head , to Chicsgo ,
via the 0. & R. I.
Enough money has easily boon raised
for the purchase of a largo shoot banner
for the Blaine and Logan club.
The Lincoln oflicials yesterday rather
snubbed the Council Bluffa mayor. They
did not even lot him know they were in
The 0. A. R. are requested to moot at
their hall this morning at 8 o'clock , to
attend the funeral of their Into member ,
Ono of the boarders nt Stowart'a on
Main street , complains that his room
mate has skipped out with hia watch and
The crook has cut into the bank behind
the now opera homo , so that it looks aa
if aomo further protection would aoon bo
Tlmro was n lively row at the Pluunix
saloon last night. Three followa were
badly clubbed and bruised and were
landed in the cooler.
The spiritualists aid not have tholr
social and dance Saturday night , it
being postponed on account of bad
weather , until next Saturday evening. ) *
Complaint is made that straw and
refuse is thrown into the crook back of
IMaco Wiao'a and ether stables , and being
washed down fill up the bed of the crcok.
Cocko & Morgan arc preparing to soon
reeve out of the now opera house build
ing now used by Liing. The change
will be made about the first of the
The man Marshall , charged with boat
ing hia wife , ia to have a hearing before
Justice Schurat ti o'clock this after
noon , ho having taken a change of venue
In the police court yesterday Kick
Hammerman and George Fisher were
each fined for being drunk , and Frank
Phillips and James Itogau each fined for
disturbing the poaco.
These who want to sign the muster
roll of the Blaine and Logan club , can
ijnd lists at Tm ; BKK oflico , Nonpareil ,
and the Herald oflices. All republicans
should enroll themselves promptly.
Mayor Yaughan , by the consent of at
torneys Mynstor and Jamoa , sot Mr.
Hathoroll with ton men at work on
Indian crook yesterday to give temporary
protection to the citizona from overflows.
Dr. L. D. McKlnlay , of Noola , writoa
to democrats in this city for some sort of
a record of M. G. Griflin , so that ho can
moot the lattor'a appeal to Irishmen to
vote for Blaino. Rather small business
The man arroitcd here to-day on the
charge of having abducted a child from
Sioux City , will probably.bo discharged ,
it appearing that the parents lot him have
the girl on hia promise to educate her
and support her aa hia own daughter.
Charles E. Taylor since being tossed
around by the lightning , has bocotno so
largo that hia house is not big enough to
hold him , consequently Mr. T. ia having
an addition of two rooms put on hia
house on Sixth street and Ninth avcnuo.
The alloy in the roar of Kiel's hotel
and running south is in a horrible con
dition and has boon so some timo. The
contract for paving the alloy was lot a
month or more ngo , and still nothing la
done about it. It needs cleanliness before -
fore it nooda paving atones.
Mike Nolan , who is running n tem
perance saloon , has boon complained offer
for nut taking out a license under the
council's ' famous or infamous "pop" ordinance
nanco , requiring $400 for the privilege
of soiling temperance drinks , and a
bond not to soil lemonade to minors or
drunkards. The cano is to como up this
Do Vol tfc Wright'a basement waa
flooded Saturday night. Holes had boon
left in the street , whore the sewerage
gang had boon at work , and the premise
was given that they would bo filled up
Saturday. It was not done , and as a
consequence water run in , compelling the
firm to move all the etoves they had
stored in the basement.
Yesterday morning a parly of gentlo.
men from Lincoln arrived in the city to
make an examination of Uio waterworks.
They were shown the works by Birkin-
bine , and all expressed themselves
highly pleased. The party consisted of
Mayor R. E. Moore , W. J. Cooper ,
ClmiLyne , Cha . West.J. R. Webster
and II. P. Law , members of the Lincoln
council ; 0. B. Beach , the chief of police ;
Ed. S. Royie , engineer ; L. W. Wheaton ,
of the State Journal , and A. L , Strang ,
Fesb'o ' ladies grnvr itrong and happy at
Siloarn Springs. Read n naive is and be
convinced of their healirg and tonic
DOWNING A DESPERADO ,
Wiih Shooting a Sheriff ,
n. Flourish of Kovolvcrs niul a Lively
For Bomo time the oflicora hnvo boon
on the look-out for onoJamosIloynoldB ,
who was wanted for shooting Sheriff
George B. McCord , at Marahalltown ,
July 22d , the particular ! ) of which were
given In the tolcgraphio columns nt the
timo. McCord was attempting to arrest
him for robbery when the shot vraa fired ,
striking the sheriff nnd inflicting a wound
which may provo fatal , though ho ia still
A reward of $500 was immediately offered
forod by the Bhorilfs association and $50c
by Marshall county , and description ) ol
Reynolds scattered ever the stato.
Yesterday n man came in on a C. it N.
W. freight train who acted suspiciously.
IIo disposed of two ailvcr watches on the
train , and on arriving here the railway
boya put the oflicora on his track. Officer
Towns looking ever the follow concluded
to arrest him aa a auspicious character.
Oflicor Ilurloy was also watching him ,
and as Towns was taking the
follow to the police station ,
Ilurloy followed behind. In
passing through the alloy loading from
Main street to the cily building , the fol
low was a little behind Oflicor Towns ,
and began reaching for a back pocket in
a suspicious way , which utrongthonod
Hurley's belief that ho waa abont to pull
a revolver. In an instant the follow
turned and run , Townti after him. The
chase was iniulo unto Washington street ,
and Towns fired at the fleeing prisoner ,
but failed to hit him. The follow drew
! iis revolver aa ho run , and Ilurloy , cut
ting up the alloy to Market atront , foil in
just behind the man aa ho
.iirnod down that atroot. The
man pointing bin revolver
ever his shoulder nt Oflicor Ilurloy , who
was cloao onto him , and told him not to
ntorforo with him or ho would kill him.
Ilurloy in turn drew hia revolver , and
catching up with him tripped him an ho
was running. As the follow tumbled ,
Elurloy wrenched the revolver away from
liim and tossed it to ono aide , the ham
mer of the revolver catching in Hurley's
panta at the knee in the scuffle tearing n
liolo. Ilurloy them covering the man
with hia revolver , was app ° aled to with :
"I wouldn't ahoot you , ao don't shoot
mo. " IIo hold him there until Oflicor
Towns came up and the follow was taken
to the station.
An examination showed ho answered
the description of the would bo murderer
of Sheriff McCord. Ho had on hia person -
son another silver watch and about three
dollars in money.
In the cham ho throw avray something ,
and Willie Vaughan , the mayor's son ,
who was among thoao who wcro running
vftcr the fellow , found it. It proved to
bo a regular burglar'n clincl , rusty but
very sharp. The follow had little or
nothing to say and was locked securely
in the steel cell , and the authorities at
Marshalltown notified by telegraph.
The intense excitement at Marshall-
town ever the shooting of the sheriff has
boon such that it baa boon common
talk that if Reynolds ia over brought
back there lie will bo lynched.
FEMININE FICKLENESS ,
AnOslaloosaHuSW Causes the Arresl
She In Turn ComplnliiB of Him for
Trying to Kill Her.
On Saturday there arrived in this city
from Oskaloosa a young mwi named J.
W. Havens , who formerly lived hoio ,
and was employed in Robio's bakory.
Tlioso who frequented the skating rink
last Beaten Trill remember him aa the
ouo who had a most peculiar owing as if
mowing grass , and as having boon cos
tumed as "tho dovil" at the great mas
quorado. Huvons came back here
to hunt up his wife , a woman whoso
maiden name was Jennie Walters , and
whoso homo was in Hollyvillo. Shu has
gained sonio notoriety bcforo , and has
boon under the aliases of Kittio Jackson ,
Kittip Holmes , Jennie DayhutF , and
Jennie Havens. It will bo remembered
by the readers of Tin : 15KI : that she was
arrested the latter part of May by Oon-
stable Wesley for skipping out with quito
n sum of money belonging to Mr. Craig ,
in whoso bakery she was employed. At
that time Mr , Craig was away from home ,
and the woman wlion eho skippnd wont
to Odkaloosawhere aho mot Havens ,
with whom she was formerly acquainted.
Havens thought that eho was the wife of
Mr. U , DayhufF , but on learning
that she was not ho married her , They
have boon living in Oaknloosn since , the
case of the Crai | ; money having boon
settled. According to Havens' state-
inont , about two weeks ago she told him
that she wanted to go on a visit to her
old homo in Holloyvillo , and he con-
Bontei' , but instead of going to her old
homo , aho CAIUO to this city , and ho
getting track of her came after her , and
was Biitislied that she was living with her
old friend Dayhuil' , who koepa n temper
ance saloon on lower Broadway , and who
lives south of llapp'a plnco.
IIo gained an interview with her thoro.
It was a Btoimy interview. Havens'
statement of it is that nho
grabbed a revolver and was
going to nlioot him , and ho took
it away from her , while she claims that
ho was the ngroesur.
Yesterday the troub'o wai drargo 1 into
court. Shu had lUveim arrested for
a auU , while ho had her and D.tyhutf
urrcfttod for udu'tory. ' Tim cuen against
the woman nml IXtyhull'wmo contimin !
until to-morrow , thcygiving bail of 8250
each. Havens was placed umliT hkii
bond In appear Thursday afternoon to an- |
swt > r to the charges of pusnuH , and
rmaulc , with intent to do great bodily
harm , oil the cases being tried before
I'olllcal 1'rnttlo ,
The republicans are not the only ones
filxing up slntes. Already the democrats ,
having settled upon renominating Con- J1
gres man Pueoy , are turning tholr at ton
tion tn the smaller names on the ticket.
It is talked that William F. I'atlon , o' '
young man who was born here and has
alwajo lived hero , will be the democratic for
nominee for county clork. Ho has lately
boon serving as assistant cily clerk ,
and has done a largo portion of the work
of that oflico.
A. P. Cramer , of Avoca , is rcachtnj ,
out for the county recorder's plum.
John Jay Franoy IIM an eye
out for the district attornoyship , am
if ho cannot got that , will probably bo
contented with being justice of the pcaco
Judge Aylosworth is conceded to bo tin
coming democratic nominee for district
judge if ho want * It. Walter I. Phelpa
of Atlantic , is talked of as the ono who
will bo groomed for a race against Judge
Lyman for the head of the circuit court
Mr. Lolly , of Donison , is looked on as
the probable nominee for district attor
ney. Justice N. Schurz , although not
anxious for ronomination , will doubtless
yield to the pressure , and if so
will got many republican voters Ic
support him also , for that position ,
ijquiro Briggs is also talked off n ;
favorable for ono of the justice chairs
For supervisors S. G. Underwood and
Judge A. W. Wyman , both of KOJ ,
Crcok , are talked of , with chances now
in favor ot Underwood. Mr. Uoyt , ol
Knox township , is also named. It is
aaid that the anti-Cleveland democrats are
to rally about M. G. Griflin for justice
of the peace. W. II. Vaughan is
glancing toward the nomination as ono ol
the electors. There will bo many changes
in the state between now and fall , but
this is part of the gossip now going the
rounds in the democratic camp.
O. LCP , who travels for Lutk Long , U M-
lortcd to ho qnito III ,
H. J. McISriilo Btartcil out again Itvfit even-
ng on a trip forStowarl Bros.
ICato Freeman , ono of Iowa City's
x , ii visiting Mrs. J. DclSovniso for n few
L. linllou , editor'and manager of the Harri
BOH county New * , Miittouri Valley , was in the
city yesterday , and favored Tin : UKK with a
Hundreds of grateful people who have
30on cured of Rheumatism say Siloam
Springs ia ahead as a specific for that dis
case. See advt. in another column.
The city council mot lost night. All
present except Alderman McMahon. A
largo number of the rcaidonta of the bottom
tom were present , all interested in the
action of the council in regard to Indian
crook. Alderman Mynstor offered a resolution
elution for the condemnation of the right
of way for an outlet for the crook. City
Attorney Ilolmoa thought it reflected on
him and the city onginoor.
Alderman Mynator thought not , and
withdraw hia resolution at the request of
A resolution waa passed instructing a
special comtnittao of three aldermen to
employ nt least thirty men and as many
teams as necessary to open nil ditches to
drain the Hooded district west of the
creek , and the engineer instructed to
employ a surveyor to immediately proceed
ceod to open a series of ditches to give
temporary relief to the flooded district.
Mr. Kinnohan , of the labor organiz
ation , asked for permanent relief from
the orerilow of the crook.
An ordinance was passed ordering the
following streets brought up to rado
within ton days :
On Fifth nvonuo from Tenth street to
On Sixth nvonuo from Tenth street to
On Seventh nvonuo from Tenth street
to Indian Crook.
On Ninth street from Fifth avenue toTe
To nth ntroot.
On Tenth street from Eight to Twelfth
On failure of the aamo the city clerk
wan authorized to ndvortiso for bids.
The city attorney WAB instructed to
condemn the right of way according to
the Williams plan for the system ol
Several petitions were presented and
referred to appropriate committees.
The city attorney advised that the
claim of N. A. Moore bo withhold until
the Bcocomp case is decided.
Mexican grass hammocks at reduced
prices at Soaman'H , 405 Broadway.
COCNCIL I1LDFKH HA11KET.
COUNCIL UI.WFH , IOWA , July 28 , 1881.
Whoat-No. 1 milling , 75@SO ; No. a CO ®
70 ; rejected 50.
Corn Local purposoaJ0@ 15.
Oats Kor local purpoaus , : (5@IO. (
Hay S10 00@li ! 00 per ton ; baled. 50@CO
Corn Meal 130 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good uupply ; prlcou at yards , C 00 ©
Coal Delivered , hard , 11 CO per ton ; soft ,
5 00 per ton
Lard FatrlmnU'n , wholesaling at Oi'o.
IfJour City Hour , 1 C0@3 30.
Brooms 2 95@3 00 jwr Aoi ,
Cattle Butcher cows 3 50@ I 00. Butcher
stonro , iioiKi In market.
ruonucE ANU J-BDITS.
Quotations by , T. M. St. John & Co. , com-
inlmion inorchautH , 538 ISrnndway.
Poultry Lit uuM lions , 7c ; fining chickens ,
2 253 00 per doz. ; Hvu turkoyi , < Je.
PiMchoa A bus. bcx , 1 00.
Lemons ( i 00 per box.
Ituiianiu 2 00@3 00 per bunch.
ISuttor Croaiuory , I0c ! ; rolls , clioico D@10o.
KCRS U4 ? po dozen.
Vegetables Potatoes , 1 f > 02 00 per bbl ;
onlimii , 7fioi > orbti , ; cnbbairo.OOo per dnz.ratn ; ! ( !
npt0f | ] > , 1-3 bu box , f Oal ( 23 conking 3 00 puJ
hrli bonus ; 1 f > 0@.i.l. ! , " > | > t < r bushul ,
Bu'hnoll sells railroad tickets cheap to
SPECIAL NOTICES. 1
NOTIOK. 8K | > clal a > ertl oment , BHO at Lojt ,
Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Itont , Wants , Hoard
log , etc. , will to Inverted In thti column at the low
rate of TKN ( JKNT8 I'KH LINB for the Drat Insertion [
ml KIVK CENTa 1'Kll LINE for each lulnoiiuonl n-
wirtlou. Leave advortlBcuientl at our office , No ,
1'inrl Htrect , near lirnadwav
7iOHRAI.K-rwlirniitli ) ) Kepteinhtr IB , tea '
I1 family wllhuutch IJri-n , u no * houiv with bam.
lUtrrii.i-to. Kmiuti * t Trunk Cogk , rouui V , btu-
iart' blvx-k , Council IHulf * .
UOIKITrtmont IIou > e fur rent , aud furniture
for wlii. Knijnlru on prciulimcorutr Ilroaduaj
and Math ktroel , Council ululla
OI < I'AI'KHH-Kor ul at llm office , at S5 ccnU
WANTEU-K ery boclym Council llluffs to take
TuiU i. Uelhcroa by carrier at only twenty J I
cent * wook.
17WH BALK ClIKAI'-flood hoarding houw , on
anil bllllanl lull ? lno tiuUtna , AJditu 1C.
Hrnolllcc , Council UluHt.
AOKNTB loillec Mj gentlemen can make flrrt
daw waxet by BOlllnif the "Champion Ioom
KUcclIior and ronlut : lloird. " Itotalli at 11.00 ,
Any lady can do tip a flno ihlrt without a wrlnkli
auj trlci Ik u nlo lyuthot > citlaundrc ! ean.AddreH
inutlculari 0.11. U. & L Co. , Ji . cffioe , Oouucll
llluQ * .
! CIDER !
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels.
n : " Fie Cat GMg lie
"Beo , " and "Kival" Cigars.
The Best Nickel Goods Offered. We Guar
antee Our Assertion. Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA
. Best an J Most Hollablc.
IIALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
Indorsed by FRANZ LISZT.
Unrivalled lot Tone or Finish.
licet Modern I'rtco to Buy.
The Kimball Organ , PO long and favorably known in the west ,
J. L. STKWAHT , Jiolo Agent for above fines of Goods. WarflrooiiT 1 ! ? > 9 l/Ai .
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Council BlulFs , Iowa. Correspondence Solicitod. Agents Wanted , "aJi
The proprietor of Siloam Spring will
enter into written contract to euro your
catarrah , or forfeit all claims to pay for
treatment. See advt. in another column.
Write for particulars.
So far there ia evidence that twenty-
three houses and barns in DCS Moims
were struck by lightning Wednesday
night of last wook.
Railway Time Table.
The following are the tiroes of the arrival and de
parture of trains by central standard time , at the
local depots. Trains leave transfer depot ton mln
u.cs earlier and arrive ten minutes later.
ciiicAoo , Bum.it.aros AND QUIHOT.
6:36 : p m Chicago Express 0:00 : a m
9:40 : a m Fast Hall. 7:00 : p ir >
5:45am : f"Mall and Express ,
12:30 : p m Accommodation. 2.40 p m
'At local depot only.
KANSAS CITT , ST. JOB AND COUNCIL BLCTPS.
10:09 : a m .Mall and Express , 7:05 : p m
8:05 : p m Pacific Express , C:50 : p in
CmCAOO , UlLWAUKXB AND 8T. FAUK
6:25 : pm Express , 0:05 : a m
9:15 : a m I Express , 6:65 : p m
CIIICAOO ( , HOCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC ,
5:30 : p m AtUntio Express , 0:05 : a m
0:25 : a m Day Express , 8:54 : p m
7:20 : a m * Dcs Ifoinca Accommodation , 0:06 : p m
'At local depot only.
WABAStI , 8T. LOUIS AND PACIFIC.
1:23 : am Mall , 3:01 : p m
6:10 : pm AccommoilaUon U.OOam
At Transfer "nly
CHICAGO and NORTUwxanmn.
5:30 : pro Express , 8:60 : p m
8:23 : a m Pacific Express 0:05 : am
SIOUX CITT AND PACIFIC.
7:40 : p m St. Paul Express , 8:60 : a m
7.20 u m Day Express 6:50 : p m
8:00 : pm Western Express , 8:35 a m
11:00 : n m Paclllo Express , 4:40 : p m
7:40 : a m Local Express , 6:54 : a m
12:10 : a in Lincoln Express ,
At Tram for only.
DDHHY TRAINS TOOMAUA.
Leave 7:50-8 : 0-0SO-10:30-ll : : : < Oa. m. 1:30-2:3 :
5:30-4:30-5:30-8:80.11:05 : : : : : p. m Sunday 0:30-11:40 : :
a m. 1:30-3:30-5:30-0:30-11:05 : : : : : p. m. Arilvo 10 mln
to before leaving tlmn
THE INVALID'S GREAT BOON !
These Maters como In a lar o , pure stream , flow-
Inif ( rein Nature's fountain and touched by the handel
ol the Mailer Chemltt , In a laboratory not made with
hands , for the ciiroolIUieunntlstn , ccrohila , Ulcers ,
C t > rih. nil Iood : and Skin Ulecaios , Uiepopela ,
l.Uer Complalnta , Klitmy and Dlatldor Diioaeca ,
Unit , Nour.lula niul Atthma. And tnoy are now nc-
knnnleilRcd to ho a most wonderful ppeclllc ( or all
f rms cl Female Dcranncmenta and Ocatral ! )
blllty uheru a tonlo trralinent U dcsfrahlo ,
IliiTiJreJs of gratcfui jcoplo nhu came to the
SpilnKH on crutches and stretchers and ncntawav
cured , many of I hem Miapl'i ; and | irahli > K Cod , "
nlll ti'Htlfy to the hcallnir properties of theno watcre.
"I IIVH1C TU TIIK IKXJS ' " ' LK.T NATI'RK ' IIKtt0l. . "
UKV. M. M. THOMPSON , ManiK'or.
Albany , Sllourn Bprln ii , Oeutry Co. , Mo.
A.t the woll-known Establishment
J. P. FliLBERT
205) ) Upper Broacway , the
01 Council Bluflj. Kotlro our reduced 1'rlco List.
' ' ' ' ' ' '
ISpoumUdranulatcdSuvnr. . . . . . . . 1 00
> pound * Choice Oatmeal 1 00
Z5 pounds Nay lioan 100
80 iwunUa 11-at Built Starch 1 00
12 poundi Carolina Hlce I 00
11 JMmiuUCliouM I'rums 100
Zfiharii llutTaloSoap 1 CO
Kxtra Lake Trout , per pound 00
UirrlhaM'rt I'lugporlb 40
dozen Mackerel ID
Cnloriulo Flour , Winter , per cut 2 DO
10 pounds ( llnsrcr Htapj 1 CO
10 pounds li inlay 100
D Kalian I.CK' K\iun 1 70
tt'lilte Kith , per kit fO
Jlaokorcl , nerl.lt , 10
DatcH , per | < ound , . , 10
0 S pound c.Mi StuiJanl Touutw * 100
All kind * Oahlornla Fruit *
pound Liuk't Htatdard i ( or 1 00
T T T
B I to
All Kradct , aocordliiK to quality , 15o to SOa pur
Wu aUo currv a ( u'l Una of Men' , Lrullo * ' aud
L'/iHUirn'n / line Khouinn. . ) klunV Kino UooU it very
uwiirlctM. At i a ( all Una 01 Tinw ro and jciicrol
rchai.dlM ) , Call on u and bo coivlncod thou
K O tuuniiy M duillnir vtltti ui. Ooixla delivered
e In any ( urtof the city.
u a word , nm M tioumt to tell and challouge a'.l
aold oooiiMitlUaa lu thU oounir.
J. 1' .PILIWKT
, , orUro Jw v
tCOB BISIS. E. P. OADWKLL
8IMS& CADWELL ,
COUNCIL BLUFFB , IOWA
Omce , Main Btroel. lloornt 1 and i bhnjar * 4 Ifo-
lahou't lUotk. Will proctlot bi HUM aud F < dw l
ICE ! ICE ) ! . ICE ! ! !
For purorhcr Ice potroclto the blue
slactlon guaranteed. Leave orders at No. 45 South
Telephone- . 84.
MULHOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , M n. .
222 Middle Broadway. Council Blu3s.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
FOR SALE Two largo lots with three raised
house * , and all Improvements , bringing montnly
rental of $24. 1'rlco $ ) , < 00.
Address L. , BER Office
J.n. TATE. WARREN WHITE
& ; "
Practlco In State and 1'cJcral Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schugart's Building , '
COUNCIL BLUFl'S , IOWA.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Council Bluffr.
Real estate collection agency , Odd Fellows Block
jcrSaings Bank ,
rnoa. omens , u. u. PUSH ,
Council Bluff ! . u.
Established - - 1856
Dealers In Foreign end omostlo Exchange I
E. Rice M , B.
or ether tumors removed without the
, knlf o or drawing o blood.
Otcr hlrty years practical eiporlenoo Office No
Tear troct , Council UluCa
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will bo received by
the undersigned till August 1 1831 , at
noon , for the building of the now Pres
byterian Church in Council Blulld , Iowa.
Plans and specifications can bo soon at
the Bank of Oflicor & Puaoy.
Contractors , in their bida to state the
price at which they will take the stone ,
brick and lumber of the old Church
The committee rcsorvo the right to re
ject any and all bids.
By order of the Building Committee.
THOMAS OFPIUEK ,
BOOGE'S ' SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .89 Peftrl Street * Council Dluffa , otfa.
Ai there are many
So-Oallod Veterinary 'Sureeons
In thli city , who re practicing their quackery on
our IHMP'V , I deem It but Junll.oto ( ay that I defy
anyol tin in to tirpihcoa illiloma | , or credentials ,
mtlcaUiii , ' that they nro K-iailuatcs of any icterlnitr.
uttltuto , and I Uu hereby caution the jmbll j ajalm
inch < | uacln , i
I am the Only Known Graduaic
IN WESTEliN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , 125 B'dway/ ' /
AT 11I.UE 1IAHN.
T. J. CADY , M. D , , V. S ,
ipp nf flip PPQPO
l bj ( 111 lllu I tJdbU ,
orncu OVEU AWKUICAN
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
H. H. HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
° mAkoi S BPcc.wty ftl ° "r EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA end
\ AKA CIGAIIS. All Cigars Bold by ua are of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE. 552 Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE ft CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
SMITH & TOIjtiBU ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
LARGEST AND BEST STOOK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , aud sold for the least money nt 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Manufacturer ,
urtalns , In Lace , Fl'lt , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothsI Mattings , Linoleums Etc
hoicest and Best Selected STOOK in the WEST ,
'omo ' and bo convinced that wo arc headquarters for all goods in our line ,
hpapcst place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the
C'ly. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Noa. D , 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 ,
Firat Glass Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Rates to Regular Boarders.
MRS. S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
To bo sold regardless of
cost for the next two
weeks to make room for
J. J. AUWEUDA , 317Broad-wav , Council Bluffs
Furniture and appointmonta all now. NOB. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
Waves three in oh part 65c , Coquetts lOo each , Switches
$ lto$20 each , Hair ornaments given with every pur
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended to.
Waves made of Ladies' combings at 50c per inoh ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J , GOOD 29 Main Stree
DEr ojox-iot o
- EVF.BTTIII.NaIIISTCLASS. .
Nos. 217 nnd 219 S. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUDB'S ELECTEIC BELT.
3,000 Electric Belts Sold In tbo .Month of Juno hy us.
Agents Wanted !
Uelcnnccu Any o the buslno housce In Council BluHi. JUDD & SMITH Proprietors.
! UO BROADWAY . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Metalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGIUPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
ONTo. 12 XO" . 3VT < vl3a. * 3t. . C3o-ra.xi.oil
501 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
TRONKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS
SAMPLE CASES a specialty. Shawl , Tourist , and Trunk Straps.
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly .Exec uted
HATS , OAFS BUCK GLOVES ,
341 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , 10 TC A
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