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0 THE DAILY BEJti-COUNCIL BLUFFS , WEDNESDAY JULY 30,1884 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
Wednesday Morninp. July 3d
tlj Carrier - - - - - - - 20enU per week
UyMull - - - - . . - - J10.00 jwr ) o r
No. 7 Toarl Btroel , New Broadway.
MINOE MENTION ,
The council has ordered Market street
The Y. M , C. A. had another of 1U
pleA nt ontorUinmont * last evening.
According to A. T. Fliokiugor's gauge-
there was a half Inch rainfall Monday
The Chicago & Northwestern railway
has been ordered to raise llfl bridge with-
it ) ten days.
Two cara of Undo Sam's noldiory ar
rived here yoatorday over the "Q. , " en
route to Wyoming.
Second atroot has boon ordered paved
with cedar blocks from Broadway to
High School ftvonuo.
The city authorities have now forbid
den the driving of cattle along streets
which have been parked.
To-morrow evening there is to bo a
farewell reception to liar. Cyrus Ilamlin
at the residence of W. W.Vnllaco. .
T. I. Donnott , who keeps a boarding
house on Main street , has boon made
special policeman at his own expense.
Eight elegant badges won byUrottand
Dovoro , the champion hose couplers , nro
being exhibited in Hobiaon Bros , win
It looks very much us if Bay-lisa park
would have to bo filled , aa the strouts
aurrounding it are higher and the water
accumulates there In ponds.
There was a washout on the 0. , B. &
IJ. tracks near the transfer yesterday
morning causing a little delay in the de
parture and arrival of trains.
If orders , resolutions , etc.will remedy
the flood troubles the cltlzans will bo
relieved right speedily , but one nhovol is
worth a roam of the council's resolutions ,
Alderman Keating has placed in the
window of his wholesale liquor house a
nign "To Kent , " and it is understood
that ho is preparing to move to Montana.
One of the military bands in attend
ance at the Minneapolis reunion arrived
here yesterday on the 0. , M. A St. Paul
and gave a brief concert at the depot
while the train tarried.
A goodly number of the members of
Abe Lincoln Post 0. A. 11. turned out
yesterday morning and escorted to the
depot the remains of Orson Lee , which
were taken to Sao Oily for burial.
W. B. Hoover , of 810 Avenue B. , was
yesterday hunting about for a boy named
Johnson , whom ho had adopted , and who
had boon missing for several days , llo
found the boy working in ono of the
newspaper oflicos , all safe and sound.
The paving of Main ntrcot is com
pleted to the 0. & II. I. depot. The
rain has delayed the work on Broadway ,
xrhoro excavation has commenced. The
paving is still furthered a little by the
Howago work not being Rot out of the
The mayor of Siour Olty , who has in.
terviowod the family of the girl brought
from there on last circus day by a man
who was arrested here for abducting her ,
writes Mayor Yaughan that her parents
are willing to havosomo good family here
adopt the girl if they will. Very consid
In the police court yesterday , Molly
Murray , an African , fined S'.I.GO for being -
' ing drunk. W. J. Huaaoll was also fined
for being drunk and threatening an of
ficer. Craig Mordico , a farmer , paid
$7.CO for learning whether liquor was
Htill being sold in Council Blulh. P.
McQunity also paid $7.00.
Trod Bock , on Monday night , \rhilo
herding cows near the asylum , fell trom
bis pony and was dragged come distance
with his head on the ground and both
foot in the stirrups. The pony was final
ly caught , aud Bock , who is fifteen years
old , and resides on Damon street , was
nent homo in company wilh two boys by
name of Huff , in n badly bruised condi
tion , his face being fearfully swollen.
The case of Mike Nolan , complained
of for not taking out a "pop ordinance'
license , is to como off this afternoon. lie
is the first one complained of for not pay
ing the $100 required by the city for the
privilege of soiling lomonadoaud pop. As
lie runs a otrictly temperance saloon ho
purposes fighting the case to the bitter
Notices were served yesterday for the
cleaning up of the alloy from Hayes &
Qleiuon's store south to beyond Kdil'n
hotel. The contractors who are to pave
the alley are anxious to go ahead will
that work , but cannot until the sewer i
laid down there , the city ordering that to
be done first , In the meantime , however
there should be some of the filth cloarci
ou : ,
The ten cent chow in the opera housJ
this week has opened up by drawing
largo crowds and giving good satisfaction
For a uimo entertainment it is indeed ox
collect , and compares favorably will
many of the high priced entertainments
given hero. The programme is a variw
one , and includes comedy , jugglery , hire
tricks , and other features. An entertain
zuent will bo plvon there every nfUsruoou
and evening thin week.
The normal institute at 111 continues it
B0 iions , whtah arc growing rather than
waning in Intoteat. Among tbo epr.cial
failures yesterday wpro eouio elocution.
ary exorcises of more than usual morll.
Mr. J. A. Kdwards , editor of the Iowa
formal Monthly , of Dubuque , gave
omo excellent recitations , and Fairbanks ,
representing n Boston school journal ,
also gave some selections. The enroll'
mont has now reached 170 , on unusually
The city attorney has decided that the
council shall issue certificates to contractors
work is . It
ors so soon aa the completed.
will bo remembered that the council
atoly passed a school-boyish ordinance
compelling contractors to take oath that
hey had made no arrangement for soli
ng the certificates loss than par before
hey could receive them. Then getting
ashamed of this fiat , they hurriedly took
t out of the hands of the printers , and
lave kept very mum about It. Now the
city attorney advises the prompt issuance
of the certificates.
M , 0. Griffin , whoso name has boon
mentioned as among the possible nomin *
os for justice of the peace , informs THE
> BH that ho Is not figuring for any pol-
ttcal position , that ho will not allow his
name to bo used , that ho will not accept
a nomination and will not servo If
elected , That is about as strong a de
clination as ho can make. Ho says that
when nominated once lor office by the
democrats , ho was slaughtered by the
very men who now prate so much about
tarty loyalty , and who so unmercifully
scnro him as an Irish democrat for sup-
lortlng Blaine , instead of Cleveland.
In consequence of the rapid growth
and future prospects of the work of
ho Homo of the Friendless , llov. J. G.
jonion , the manager of the homo , and
also the pastor of the Baptist Church ,
requested his church to noloct some co-
aboror and co-pastor , and acting on his
recommendation the church has called to
this position llov. T. 8. Bovoll , of 1111-
iois. That gentleman has accepted and
will preach his introductory sermon next
Jupday. Mr. Bovell is a graduate of the
classical course of ohurtlolT collcqo , and
ins served acceptably as pastor at Pana ,
and at Carroll , 111. , from which latter
ilnco ho comes to this city. Ho has the
reputation of not only being n scholarly
young man , but ono of unusual energy
and marked ability.
Pat Laoy'a lot on Main street is still a
frog pond and manure pile , a vigorous
brooder of disease. Mrs. Koch , whoso
husband has a store next to it , with liv
ing rooms up stairs , has boon quito ill of
ate , and oilier neighbors also fool that
.his nuisance should bo suppressed. Nona
eel like tackling Pat about it though , for
10 stands too solid with the city govern
ment , and although the attention of
several officials has been called to it , they
lo not seem to care to do anything. It
s sail that Pat defies the property
owners to make him fill it , and they do
lot fool like risking the expenditure oi
money in trying to fight him in the
Perry Johnson filed an information bo
'ore Justice Vaughan charging S. W.
Reynolds with "obtaining property under
'also pretenses. " Ho claimed that Roy-
lolds had fulsoly represented that ho
owned certain real estate here , and on
; his representation Johnson wont to work
for him , and did not got his pay. The
ease wau dismissed , but the attorneys are
still discussing the question whether la-
> or is property , a question on which there
seems no definite decisions. Without
any regard to this particular case , It
seems that in justice there ought to bo
some way of punishing n man who got
another man to work for him under false
irotonses , as much as if ho obtains goods
or money from him. It is inoro of a
hardship oftentimes for a man" to bo de
frauded of his musolo and sweat than to
jo defrauded of money or merchandise.
Yesterday afternoon Judge Aylosworth
inquired Into the disgraceful row which
took place the night before in the Pino-
nix saloon. Throe men , A. Hamilton ,
[ anne Alton , and 8 , Pardo were before
Jin bar on the charge of having
participated. They were arrested
the niftht before by the
police and were badly bloodied and
uruisod. No witnesses were produced ,
iiowovor , who know anything inoro than
the simple fact that there was a big row
Lhoro , and that all hands seemed striking
and fighting , but not ono know who was
who. The men arrested explained thai
they chanced to moot there , and being
old friends were just shaking hands , imci
socially pulling each other about a little ,
when Smith , the proprietor , who thought
they were fighting , rushed from behind
the bar with a club , and commenced
boating them. The judge asked Hamil
ton how ho got his nose banged and the
latter said he did not know , but that ho
probably got it scratched on the buttons
of some olllcor'a coat. As an outcome
all were discharged , and ono of the most
disgraceful rows thus allowed to go by
without any ono buiug punished.
The proprietor of Slloara Sprint ; wll
enter into wiittou contract to euro your
citarrah , or forfeit all claims to pay for
treatment. Sou advt. in another column
Write for particulars ,
BIlUo Nolan the Firnt Victim.
Mike says ho is a good democrat , bu
can't stand in with some of the city
ofiicials. Mlko says if ho only bolongoi
to the Bowman and P.jJLioy democratic
ring , ho would bo exempt from the abov
ordinance , and could run his' place opci
nil night. _ , _ _ _ _ _
lion I KHtiito Transform.
COUNCIL liuim , July 20 , 1881.
B. 1' . Clayton to Julin M , Simmons
w \ no | nd o A nw j , 12 , 75 , 42 , $1000
Lucy \Vilson to W. O. Morris , part o
no ino | , M. 75 , 43 , $000.
K Furt-ytU to Henry Morton
wiew.1 , 2 , 71,38 , $2100.
, 0 , B. it Q 11. H Co. to Oharle
Kyorott , no J na f , 30 , 74 , 38 , ? 520.
To nUalo , $7620.
] ToUl sales lor the week , $21,324.80.
Sheriff Mnrq U rr , of Oikulooia , who wiw
icro yesterday after lleynoldd , is brothor-ln-
nw of Mr , Kd. Molt , the well-known lumber
B. W. Craven , of Olcnwood , formerly BU-
H-'rlntonileut of pchoola there , and now prac-
dnR law there , WM hero yesterday , and left
or Nowlon to attend the marriage of his
Chntlcs 8pr guo , who lion boon running on
10 Chicago k Hock Inland with Conductor
'liiii ' , lias resigned his ] H > iltlon to put on n
onductor'a cap on the 1 Joiner Short I/ino.
Jharlio lint mnny friends nmong the rnllroad
x > y , and they don't want him to go , but titill
lioy are glad to see him prosper.
llov. J , O , Lemon and fninily lenvo to.
morrow oer the Wnbash. Mr. Lamen geese
o Neoslm , Missouri , where ho will prench
ho dedicatory norm on of n now Baptist
Imrch nt that plncc , llo will return In the
oiir/io of ton days , but his family will remain
n Illinois visiting friends in Greenville , fern
n month or 10.
Hundreds of grateful people who _ have
> eon cured of Rhoumaticin say Siloam
[ prings is ahead as a specific for that dis-
aso. See advt. in another column.
1'ociilnu nt tlio
When the Guanolla Bros. , In their
amous double act , got possession of the
ity jail and became keepers of the
oals and records , they issued a manifesto
lint the records of the jail shall bo kept
ockod up and hidden from the eyes of
'UK BKE man , as they felt that they had
grievance for which they could got
wool revenge by this attempt to keep
TUB Bur. readers from having the news
Tin' BIIE does not care to inspect the
acred books kept by the Guanollas , for
t gets all the news without , but
when TUB BEE man fools inclined ho
an inspect it and the Guanollas
; annot help themselves. A few
entries in * the sacred book gleaned by
DUE BEE man yesterday , may provo in-
.cresting to some of the renders though.
The book is of high literary morit.
Ono prisoner is registered as having boon
using "Profane Languish. " Another is
jivon credit for having " 7f > o. and ono
onion. " Another with having "p book
contonco. " Ono memorandum , evident
ly about some band cuffs , roads , "Han
Coofs in safo. " Ono prisoner is rrgistor-
od as having " 3 phortgraphs , " whatever
they may bo. Another is charged with
"ussolt , " another with "larcnoy , " anoth
er with ' 'vngranco , " and still another is
carrying "Concoolod Wopons. " One is
registered as ' unnovrti , " and another is
'suspisus carictor. " Ono is recorded as
coming from "Masadonn , " and onn os
laving "Plaster pans Emiges. " No ,
thank you , Messrs. Guanollas , THE BKK
nan does not earo to road any moro of
.ho records of the jail.
Mexican grass hammocks at reduced
iricoa at Soaman'H , 405 Broadway.
The Hawkeye givoa a bad account o ;
) usinoss affairs at Burlington. It says-
All branches of business are very dull ai
> resent , and the merchant' complain
Bitterly of bad colleotions. Many coun
try merchants are on the very of bank
ruptcy , and if ni.ythlng should happen to
mar the excellent' prospects for tv heavy
corn crop it would bo a severe blow
to Burlington's business Interests.
Feeble ladies grow strong and happy a
Silonm Springs. Head analysis and bo
convinced of their hoaliug and ton !
Jiushnoll sells railroad tickets cheap to
COUNCIL BLnrra MAUKET.
COUNCIL BLurr-s , IOWA , July 2U , 188 J.
Wheat-No. 1 milling , 76@80 ; No. 3 C5@
70 ; rejected 50.
Corn Local purposes , 40@45.
Ofttn Kor local purposes , 35@40.
Hay $10 00@ia 00 per ton ; baled , DO@CO
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 ponnda.
Wood Qood supply ; prlcoa ut yards , G 00 ©
Goal Delivered , hard , 11 50 per ton ) soft ,
! 00 per ton
I.urcl Falrbank'fl , wholesaling at 9 ? &
iriotir City flour , 1 C0@3 30.
IJrooms 'i D5@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher cows 3 60@1 00. Butcher
stourx , none In market.
llegH 4 00.rnonnon
rnonnon AND rnurra.
Quotations by J , M. St. Jiilin & Ou. , com-
mlxaion merchants , 533 lirondwny.
Poultry Llvo old hem , 7c ; spring chickens ,
25@3 00 par iloz. ; 11 vo turkoyg , 'Jo.
IV.ichoB , bun. box , 1 00.
Lemons ( t 00 per box.
liananoa 2 00@3 00 per bunoh.
lluttor Creamery , 20o ; rolls , choicu 0@10o.
KKKS li ! po dozen.
VoKotnblen 1'otutncn , 1 60@2 00 per bbl
onliina , 7f > op ) rbuj cabbaKO.HOo per doz. ; entity
nmiles , 1-3 bu box , rOcMl5 , cooking 3 00 per
lirl : bouiw ; 1 M\l.'X \ > per lmnhel.
NOTICE. Special ft rortlscmonts , B o I/osl
Found , To Loan , For Silo , To Ilent , Wanto , Board
, etc. , will be Inoorted In this column At the Ion-
rate of T1CN C1CNT8 I'KH LINK ( or tbo flnt luwrtlon
and FIVE CENTH 1'EK LINK for each ( ubsequent D
Mrtlon. Leave ailvcrtlsomenti at our office , No ,
I'oarl Htrcot. near Brcadwar
-Ilalf Interest li a well estahllihei
roul rittto loan ollloa In Council Bluffo , ilolnK
liU uuilnem. HttUlaotory reason * for ulllug
/uKlrcn A , II. C. B nottlo4 , Ujunoil liluCfj , Io a
f \U ) I'APEllS-For ule at B office , at i6 oeuU
\J a hundred ,
WANTED Every uouyin Council Bluff * to tak
TunlUii. UellvereJ by carrier at only twenty
centi a week.
T7\lll \ ( HALKCIIKAI1.-OooJI > o\rilln2 home , mloo
I1 itnd 1)111 lir.l . h&ll. ? lne builjcm. Addictd K
er.i olllcv , Council Bluff * ,
AUBNTS Ladles aud gentlemen can make Brs
clans Mage * by selling the "Uhauiplou Itosoi
btivcther aud ronlne Board. " lletalls at 11.00
Any liwly candoup Dn shirt without a wrlnk !
nJ Kl iu It as nloolyntlm belt laundrleican. Addrcs
for | itlcularsO. B. 8. & I. Co. , lisi ollloo , Couuo
_ _ _
' ' " '
- - -
l' j j !
22-1 & 220 Brosdw y ,
COUNCIL 11LUKK3 , . 10 ( CA
LOWEST I'BICES ,
G i l
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels ,
u " Fine Cut
"Bee , " and "Eival" Cigars ,
The Best Nickel Goods Offered , We Guar
antee Our Assertion. Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA
Dcst and llott IlclliMc.
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
IMorucJ by TRAM LISZT ,
Unrlvnllod for Tone or 1'inlsli.
, I'ost Modern I'rico to Dur.
The Kimbnll Orznn , BO long and favorably known fn the west , rncommends Itself.
T. L. STKWAHT , Solo Agent for above lines of Goods. Wnrerooms , 32U Uroadwav
Council Bluffs , Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. Agents Wanted.
So far there is evidence thta twonty-
hreo houses and barns in DCS Moim i
were struck by lightning Wednesday
night of last week.
Lightning struck tnu Swedish Lutheran
church in Ottumwa about half past 10 on
ho night of the 2lfd , and it was nearly
lestroyod by fire. The property coat
§ fjCOO , and was insured for 92,000.
Railway Time Table ,
The following are the tlmoi of the arrival ind da-
mrturo of trains by control eUndard time , nt the
ooal depots. Tralna leave transfer depot tea mln
U.C9 earlier and arrive kn minutes later.
OU1CAOO , BOBUKarOM AMD QUIKCT.
6:35 : p m CblcAKo Eiprcaa 0:00 : n m
9:40 : a m Fast Mall. 7:00 p tr
6:15 : a m I'ifMI and Kxprrea , " . ' ' ) p m
120)0 ) p m Accommodation. 2.40 p m
Al local depot only.
K1K8AS crrr , HT. Jon ASD council , tivrra.
10:05 : a m .Mai ] nnd Kxpress , 7:05 p m
8:05 : jim I'ucUlc Kxprost , 6:00 : pni
onicAao , uawAUKxi AMD ST. riuu
6:25 : p m Express , 0:05 : a m
9:16 : a m Kxpreai , 0:55 : p m
CIIIOAQO , BOCK IflLAND Am ) PACIflC.
6:30 : p m AtUntlo Express , 0:05 : a rn
0:25 : n m Day Express , 6:51 : p m
7:20 n m * Do3 Molncs Aoouminod&tlon , 0.05 p m
At local depot only.
VABAeU.HT. U11IIS AMD rAClflfl ,
1:1) : m Hall , S:0 : ? p n
6:10 : pm Accommodaton U.OOam
"At Transfer -nly
cmcioo and NOUTiiwttTitas.
6'80 p m Kzprisfl , 0:60 : p rr
vUSam : Paolflo Express 9.05 art
S10UI CITT AND PACinC.
7:40 : p m St. Paul Exprosa , 8:60 : a n
7io ; a m Day Kxprcsn 0:60 : p u
8:00 : p m Western Exprosa , 8:35 : a rn
11:00 : a m I'&clflo Express , 4:40 : p to
7:40 : a m Local Express , 0:54 : a ID
12:10 : a m Lincoln Express ,
At Traiulor only.
DmilIT THAWS TOOUM1A.
LeaTe-7:20-3SO-9:80-10SO-ll:40a. : : : : : m. ISO-2:8 : :
J:30-4SO-5:50-0SO-ll:05p. : : : : in Bund y-9:3O-ll:40 : :
a m. lSO--3:30-5:30-fl:20-ll:06 : : : : : p. m. Arilvo 10 mln
la before loavlnz tlmn
THE INVALID'S GREAT BOON !
Theao wit era como In n large , pure ttrearn , flow-
In * from Nature's lounttln and touched tiy the band
of the MaMcr ChtmUt , In a labomtorv not uiado u Itli
liauds , for t ho cure of llheumitlatn , Hcrofula , Ulcers ,
L'attrrh , all B oed and 8km litiaeen , D xporsla ,
l.Ucr romplaliiti , lilduvy and IllailUer Diueaeoa ,
( l-.ut , NenriliiU and Atthnia. And they are now ac
knowledged to bo a molt wonderful xjicclllo for fill
I rnia of Female DertnRoments and Uunirat ! >
blllty where a tonlo treatment It dos'rabla.
Hundreds of uratcfcu roople who rame to the
Splines pit crutches and stretcher * and wentawuv
cured , many of them 'liapl g and praUlnjf Oed , "
will testify to the hcalln ? pr"pertle of lhe o uatoru.
"rlirsioro TII nous I" ' mr KATCHI : HFAO YOU. "
IIF.V. M. M. THOMPSON , UanaKer.
Albany , Hlloani 8prlue , flentrr Co. , Mo.
At the well-known Establishment
J. P. FBLBERT ,
209 Upper Broaaway , the
Of Coundl Illufli. Notlco our rcduoea Price List.
16 | K > unJ ) Kitra OHuar for. . . , (1 00
13 pound ) Granulates ! Sugar , 1 00
M pounds Choice Oatmeal . .100
25 pounds Navy ll iin , IOC
80 pounds l- ) t Uullt Starch 1 00
11 pounds Carolina Hlc 100
U pounds Choice iruiui 100
25 tars DufUlo Bo p 1 00
Kxtra. Lake Trout , per pound W
Lorrlhanl's I'liiR per Ib M
1 doitu Macktrel , 19
Colorado Flour , Winter , per cwt . SOO
10 pound * ( linger Knap * 1 CO
10 pounds h niloy , l co
6 ir Ilon keif Hiun , 1 7C
White H b , per kli. M
Staokerel , porklt 1C
Dates , per pound 10
10 S pound cam bt > nJ rd Tomatoes IOC
All kluds CalifornU iVult
pound Liuk'n iJUcdanl * for 1 OC
All graJci , aocordlnK to quality , 15o to EOo IKJI
Wu also otrry a full line of lien's , Ladles' and
Children's flue Shoesand Uaa'i Fine lloots at my
ow prices. Also a full line oi Tluware and gon'ral
rchiiiulso. Call uii lu and be ooivlncod thit YOU
ta\u money ky deallnv vrltb uj. Ooods dellvcrod
o Inauy part of the city.
n a ord , we ri bound to sell and challenge all
kDlo oouuwtlUon In tills cuunt\ .
J. t' .FlU < KHT
JACOB 8IMS. K-1' . GADWBIIi
8IM3 & CADWELL ,
Attorneys -at-law ,
COUKCII. ntuFi-a , IOWA
. Main Strut. KUOIKS 1 aud S ShUfuHi VTo
Uuhon'i lUo-.L , Wilpraotlc | lti mate and fxlm
( ICE ! IGEI ! ICE ! ! ! !
For pure river Ice patroclio the blue wagons sat-
efactlcn ( fuaruiitcod. Leave ordcra at No. 45 South
Telephone No. 84.
MULIIOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
Mrs , H , J , Hiltoji , M ii.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
222 Middle CroidTiy. Council Blufio.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
FOIl SALE Two largo lota with three raised
| IOUBO , and all Improvements , bringing ruontuly
rental of $2 * . I'rlcotl.SOO.
Address L. , Dan Office
J.B. TATH. WAHnKN WIIITU
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
Practice In State nnd Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schugart's Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA
Justice oi the Peace
Omaha and Council Bluffo.
Real oatato collection agency , Odd Fellows Illocl
JTCT Savings Bank.
TUOB. orricia. 11. ir. rcaiT.
Council Blulll' * la ,
Established - - 7556
Dealers In Foreign and omostlo Exchange an
E. Rice M. B.
or otner tumors remored wlthont thi
knlfo oi drawlug o blood.
Over hlrty years practical eiperlenoe Oitce No
Tear troct , Council lHuffd.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Scaled proposals will bo received bj
the undersigned till August 1 1881 , n
noon , for the building of the now Pros
bytorlan Church in Council Blufla , Iowa
Plans and specifications can bo seen a
the Bank of Oiliccr & Pusoy.
Contractors , in their bids to state tin
price at which they will take the stone
brick and lumber of the old Church
The committee reserve the right to reject
joct any and all bids.
By order of the Building Committee.
TXIOMAS OraoEit ,
Ill MJL A Ai 4. A U I aWJLUJLlWf
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .89 1'earlBUeot Council Bluffr , ova
As there ue many
So-Oalled Veterinary Surgeon :
In thli city , who are practicing their qutckcry o
ourpooplp , Idetmlt but Justkoto ( ay that I del
any of them to produce a diploma , or : reilentlalt
ndlcatliig that they are K'ftduatcn of nny tutcrluar
nitltute , anil 1 do hereby caution the publl ) ugalui
ouch quacks , ai
I am the Only Known Gradual
IK WESTERN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , 125 B'dway '
AT 11LUK 11AKN.
T. J. OADY , M. D , , V. S.
N. SCHURZ ,
OfFICE OVKll AUKUIOAM EXt'JIKiS.
1 COUNCIL ULUFFS , -
H.H , HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make n epoclnlty , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA Mid
lA CIGARS. All Cigara sold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I C52 Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE&CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
SMITH & TOliLEH ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
? and 0 Main street ,
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
! n Iowa and Nebraska , aud sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICTMannfaclnrer ,
urtalns , In Lace , ! ' & , Turcoman , Etc. Oil cloths , | Mattings , Linoleums Etc
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
> mo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods in our line ,
tioapost place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Eouso Furnishings in tha
C'ty. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Nos. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - ( COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mnil Orders Filled Promptly and with Cnre
The Best $2 a day House in the West
Sample Rooms ,
First Class Table ,
All Modern Convonionces.
Reduced Hates to Regular Boarders.
MRS. S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Street , CouncU Bluffs.
To be sold regardless of
cost for the. nest two
weeks to make room for
Pall Goods. /
J. J. AUWEEDA , 317Broadwav. Council Bluffs / j
furniture and appointments all now. Nos. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
$1 to $20 each , Hair ornaments given with every pur
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended Co.
Waves made of Ladies' comhinga at 50c per inch ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J , J GOOD 29 Main Stree
< " * * fj" B * *
- EVERYTHING /1I18TCLAS3.
Nos. S 17 and 219 S. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
QR. JUDD'S ELECTEIC BELT.
3.003 Electric Bella Sold In the Month of June by us.
ItofcrcncH-Any o the lusne ! UOUMI In Council Bluffs. JUUD i. SMITH Proprietors.
310 BROADWAY - - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Metalic Caskets and V/oodin / Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGRAPH ORDERS TROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
604 Main Btrcefc , Council Bluffs.
MANUFACTURER 0 ?
SATCHELS ; /
SAMPLE CA.S H specialty. Shawl , Tourist , nnd Trunk Straps.
Twenty Yenrs Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Executed
ud 344 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , 10W A