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G THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS SATURDAY , AUGUST 2 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
Saturday Morning August 2 ,
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JlyCnrrlcf - - - - - - - SO per
IiMaU . - _ - - - tlOOOptrjoar
Ho. 7 P l Street , Near Broadway.
MINOB MENTION ,
See J. Roller's aummor stylos.
Music and dancing at the spiritual
social this evening.
Regular mooting of the city council
next Monday night
The normal institute will continue its
ncAtion one moro week.
The Methodists hold a ( Social in the
church parlors last evening ,
Even the heated term docs not cure
the roller skating mania at Walnut.
Next Friday ia the last day of aorrtco
for the coming term of the circuit court.
Morriam's Rrocory wagon yesterday
dialled a wheel on Upper Broadway and
broke it down badly.
Leave to marry was yesterday granted
\Vm. J. Molntyro and Clara B. Smith ,
both of Underwood.
Thoa. Griffin was yesterday lined $3 by
Justice Abbott for insulting a woman.
Uo got oft light enough.
There will bo a mooting of the Land
League to-morrow ( Sunday ) afternoon at
3 o'clock , at which every member , young
and old , ia required to bo proaont.
Mrs. Tipor , mother of Charles Piper ,
died at her aon'o reaidonco , Ninth atroot
and Avenue D , yesterday. She was
aged 60 years.
Rev. G. J. Kelley , of Papillon , Nob. ,
will preach in the Gorman language next
Tuesday evening at the United Brethren
church on Tenth street.
B. F. Hurd , who was arroated for
abuaing his wife , was yesterday bound
over to the district conrt In the sum of
$100 , promialng to keep the peace until
Rev. T. 8. Bovoll , of Illinois , the newly
chosen co-pastor of the Baptist church
preaches his introductory sermon tomorrow
row morning and will also preach In the
One of Goiso'a wagons tipped over by
the United Stated express oflico yeator-
day , a wheel going to pieces , and dump
ing the whole load of boor kegs. The
driver and a small boy narrowly escaped
boino ; crushed.
Ed. Bond , the old conductor of the
Sioux City , who waa reported oa having
boon fatally stabbed in a western row , is
alive and well in Buffalo Gap , Dakota ,
where no baa a ranch with his father.
The Bluff City steamer waa ycatorday
pumping out Admiral James' yachting
lake on Seventeenth atroot in front of
Mr. Millor'a residence. The water has
stood several foot deep there for a long
Spiritual circloa to-morrow ( Sunday )
afternoon and evening at 1 o'clock and 8
o'clock in Spiritual hall , Shugart &
Bono's block. Entrance on Main and
Pearl streets , two doora south of post
The county board of su porvisora moot
next Tuesday to grant permits to drug
gtsto to neil liquor * . Already fourteen
such pormita have boon issued , five
which nro for parties in thia city. About
twelve moro applications remain to be
The query ia how many policemen it
takes to guard the opera houao daring
the evening ontertainmonbi there. Throe
or four at a time ought to do , especially
when there ia little for them to do butte
to ait and enjoy the fun.
A most profitable social mooting and
liiblo atudy for young men ia hold each
Saturday evening , at 8 o'clock , in rooms
of the Y. M. 0. A. , No. 12 North Main
dtroot. The young mou of thia city are
most cordially invited to bo present thia
The Blaine and Logan club yesterday
flung ita banner to the breeze , hanging
It across Broadway from Masonic hall toMe
Mo teal f Bros. It ia a largo , line banner ,
and goes the domocrata alx feet bettor.
Still another ono of equal alzo is to bo
hung across Main street from Mueller's
The navens-IJavous cases aoom to
have fallen to pieces. Do had her ar
rested for adultery , and failing to appear
aijaitut her yesterday the case waa ells
missed , and costs taxed up to him. The
caao against him for assaulting her waa
then called up , and his bond declared
Ii i f
M [ Giovanni , the man who has the trained
II 5 birda now on exhibition at the opera
house , mot with a heavy lees Thursday
night. After the entertainment , while
the cage of birda waa standing ou the
atago with the cage door open as usual
aoino of the birds came out , among then
the little one who fires the cannon. Ono
of the attaches of the show by accident
stepped on the bid killing it. The bird
waa valued at f 100 ,
When the work of aoworago com
menced Antono Rosner was appointed b ;
the council as inspector of the work. B ;
eorne atrange freak he was informed thi
week that Mr. Wightman had beoi
chosen as his aucceasor by the committee
Mr , Rosnor hu lived hero thirteen years
nud waa highly recommended and stoutlj
vouched for by Alderman Gcho and
others. IIo eays no reason waa gjvo
him for the change being rn&de , and i
s&ems that bo ia entitled to aquae ox
Quite a telegraphic " coop" waa mad
by THI ; BEE yesterday morning , and lag
nighl'a Herald In publiahlng the tele-
; raphlo account of the Now York
Dimes' article giving away the
nsldo workings of the Union Pacific.
Vith the exception of the BF.B and Her-
Id hero , no pspor In Omaha or Council
Huffs contained the important nowa last
night , or yesterday morning. The Globe
nd Grandmother Nonpareil both failed
o have it. Singular fact , that auch emi
nent organs would miss news so exciting
The ladies of the First ward in Council
Bluffs mot on the 31st of July , at the
csidonco of the Rev , J. Fisk , on Benton
troot , and organized a society to bo call-
d the LadioB1 Harmony Mission society ,
itra. J. Fisk waa elected president , Mrs.
Delong , vice-president , Mrs. L. S.
Moomaw , aocrotary , Mrs. J. M. Palmer ,
reasuror , Mrs. Hammer , Mra.Shorwood ,
Mra. Bean , Mra. Fair , Mlsa Mottio Pal
mer , Miss Iday Pruyn , Miss Carrie Bur
gess , tndMlss Dachtlor were elected di-
octors. The object of the aocloty is to
aiao funds to purchase a building in
which to hold their cottage prayer moot-
ngs , which were commenced last winter
at the residence of Mr. J. M. Palmer , and
lave boon in eucooasful operation over
Unprecedented success ! In four years' '
) ractlco Dr , Jofforia hoa not lost a single
REAPING THE REWARD.
hose Who Claim It Multiply In
ho Ciller of Police , Skinner , to I lave
$ . ' ! 00for Getting a Postal ,
The capture of the desperado Reynolds
as an exciting event , but In police tires
os the division of the $1,000 reward
Torod for him , ia causing about an equal
ommotion. Ao haa boon already atatod ,
10 police force on Its organization under
10 now city administration agreed
mong themselves that they would put
nto a pot all rewards gained , and divide
von , but a short time ago aomo claimed
las othora wore not putting their extra
arninga into thia common fund , and
ioro waa a cry of "no fair , " which caused
sort of break-up. Now that the $1,000
oward ia to come in a lump , there haa
eon an attempt to revive the old plan ,
nd lot the fat bo divided , but thia at-
empt haa fallen through.
It haa leaked out that the agreement
onchoi by Officers Towna and Hurloy
1th the ahorifTis who were hero was to
ho effect that the $1,000 should bo di-
Idod equally between the Chief of Po-
co Tom Skinner , and Officers Hurloy
nd Towns. This may bo a surprise to
many , as in the community there seems
.o bo a general feeling that Hurloy and
towns ought have the $1,000 , and then
f they want to "tip" anybody for any
winters they could do so but it aoonla
itrango that the chief of police should
uooda claim one-third ever $300 - and
or what ? The excuse ia mode that ho
ot the postal card , giving a description
f the man Reynolds , and that ho gave
bis description to the officers. Ho , tees
s the chief of polico. Ho haa to
toy about the oflico , receiving and
naworinp ; letters. Ho cannot got out
nd hunt down those criminals for which
reward ia ollbrod for their capture. Ho
ota no largo salary , and not having the
pportunity for outaldo business , ho
hall got Borne share of the rewards. If
10 ahull not give the policemen the in-
ormatlon ho receives by mail they would
; ot no pointers on which to got these
'awards. ' In the particular case , it is
aid , ho stood on the corner and aaw
ho man escaping from Oilicor Towna ,
and directed Officer Hurloy'a attention
o it , and the latter atartod on the run ,
md being moro speedy than others , got
hero first , and downed him at the risk
> f being killed , the fellow having a to-
rolvor drawn upon him , and being a
crack shot. For thia and other reasons
t ia thought that Chief Sklnuor should
It haa leaked out that Officers Hurley
and Towns were persuaded to glvo thn
hlof ono-third far four that if they did
ot , their positions on the force would
a made so unpleasant they would have
o resign , or else that in aomo way they
rould have their hoada taken off. THK
JKJC man naked Mayor Vaughan about
lila yesterday , the mayor being the head
f the police department , and it being in
is control , nd the agreement having
0011 made in hia office. Hu frankly ail.
littod that eucli was the understanding ,
> ut said that Officers Hurley and Towns
oluntavlly entered into it , and were
lot forced into it. Ho said that
n hia opinion the money , all of it , really
lolongod to thoao two officers , and it waa
heir's to diapoao of. If they did not
rant Chief Skinner to share it with
hem all they had to do waa to come to
lira and to say BO , and Skinnor's name
hould bo stricken out of the written
contract , which waa in hia aafo.
"But how will that affect their posl
loiiB on the forcol"
"It shall not affect thorn at all , The
nonoy la thoir'a , and if they want to
Mtjgor Bucku r they can do ao , or to
any other man. If they do not want to
jive any of it to anybody , they shall bo
irotoctdd In keeping it. Of course 1
can't take a letter out of Tom Skinnor'a
locket and let them BOO it , or anything
if that Bert , but I will BOO that they auf-
for no harm , und that no dirt ia done
"But what if the chief refuses to givn
them any pointers , or show them postals ,
otc.aftjr this1 ? '
"Why , justaa I say , if I find out that
ho of any other member of the force acta
mean to them ou account of their not di
viding thia reward , I ahall dismiss the
ft 1 low that does the dirt , whoever it is. "
The little mayor was quite emphatic in
in hia assertions that the giving of ever
300 of the reward to the chief waa purely -
ly voluntary , and that there was no
threats made , nor was it necessary to di
vide for them to keep their places on the
It will bo difficult for the public , however -
over , to aoo any justice In the chiel
getting such a slice.
Besides the sllco which Is thui sol
atido for .Skinner , it is talked that $50 erse
so ahull bo givou the jailor for keeping
the follow over night , a rather expensive
night's ' lodging considering that the city
proydca and furnishes the place , am
pays the Guarolla brothers each a a&lary
for just thia buainosa.
Tno two railway men still claim the
reward for giving pointer * , and a railway
conductor ia also fixing up eomo kind o
a claim for giving another pointer. All
these Bnido claims , however , aoom to
have little probability of being mot , but
the fact of a written agreement in the
mayor'a aafo , that the reward shall go to
Skinner , Hurley and Towns , looks as If
the chief was pretty auro of getting as
much as If ho had risked his life and
really captured the desperado.
The myor denies that ho wanta ono
cent of the money , but as ho is the head
of the department and Chief Skinner is
but an ollicor of hia creation , it aooma
that ho ia as much entitled to a share aa
ia Skinner himself.
POLITICAL PEATTLE ,
Some of the LiifllcrouH Incidents of
tlio ConRrcHslonnl Oonful ) .
There ia on incroaao to the amount and
liveliness of political gossip , aa the time
noora for the holding of the republican
primaries , which are to moot next Monday
night. Who will the Pottawattamlo
county delegates favor for congressman ?
That ia the conundrum.
The door old grandmother yoatorday
called her little group about her , and
road to them out of her acrap bo9k ,
aomo alleged intorviowa with aupposod
congressional candidates. She gayo four
names , Manning , Chapman , Sapp and
Wright. The old lady gave at length
what Colonel Chapman thought about his
chances , gave a hint aa to what Colonel
Sapp and Mr. Wright thought of their
chances , but did not pretend to interview
lieutenant-Governor Manning. Why
waa ho skipped. Ia it possible that the
_ jood old lady is BO getting into dotage
.hat her memory la failing her , and that
hough mentioning him , eho forgot him
joforo she had road half a column to her
children ? Can it bo true that the good
old lady haa taken a whim against Man
ning because ho will not buy her scrapbook -
book ? Oh , ro. it can't bo ao.
It ia said that the colonel , who waa formerly -
morly guardian of the old lady , got very
nervous the other day , and aont for Goo.
Wright to come to hia houao. A lengthy
"ntorwiow waa had ( the purport Of which
s said to have boon "anything to boat
Manning. " Then the norvoua colonel
wont up to BOO the old grandmother , and
she getting to bo qutyo deaf , ho aat down
at the table and wrote her a long com
munication , Waa it the aamo that the
old lady road ycatorday morning to her
ittlo circle of children i Quito likely.
Cho colonel on being interviewed , says :
"I believe In giving the people a chance
x > indicate their preference. If they
should happen to want mo for a candi
date I am whorol can easily bo found , "
ind then ho proceeds to aay that ho may
oo over-sensitive , but ho cannot boar to
cook office. What has brought about
: hlt sudden sensitiveness ?
The interview , no matter by whom
written , haa caused a little comment
among thoao who delight in discussing the
political matters , and has given rise to
lumoroua reports , ' ono being that it ia
Congressman Pusoy'a opinion that Chap
man will slyly capture thia county's dele
gation. Another that Chapman will not
support Blaine , and that ho will support
no republican nominee for congroas ,
unless it ahall chance to bo Chapman
himself , and still another report is that
Chapman will bo put on the democratic
ticket for congroas. It cannot bo that
lie ia going to do all thoao things , but it
ia evident from the talk that there io a
general fooling that ho ia willing to take
almost any route to got there.
Messrs Cocko & Morgan will open
Monday in the store formerly occupied
l > y J. W. Laing , 347 Broadway with a
full line of dry goods , ladies' , gontlomon'a
and children's furnishing goods. These
jontlomon invlto their old custom
ers and the public in general to call
and inspect their atook at their now
store , 347 Broadway.
KonI Estate Trniufors.
The following transfers were filed in
the county clerk's , office yoatorday and
reported for THE BEE by I' . J. Mo-
Eliaa Gray to J. J. Shoa , nl nwr 4 , 70 ,
11 , $2,450.
James F. Bryaon to G. D. Euatia , lot
G , Carson , $225.
0. , R , 1 & P. R R. Co. to Jamoa
Fonlon , wnw * } and nei nw } , 18 , 70 , 41.
Thaddous Parker to A. .B. Mikosoll ,
lot 1 , block 3 , Stroot'a add , $125.
\V. S. Williama to 0. Hildobrand , part
lota 18,19 , 20 , 21 , and 22 , block 1 , Han
cock , $300.
George W. Smith toJ. . L. Sullivan ,
lots 4 and C > , Macedonia , $300.
Total Bales , $1,28281.
The oflico of the Council Bluffs Steam
Dye and Cleaning works haa removed to
! ) L Main street.
NOTICE. Special a vertlseoents , sue M Lost ,
found , To Loan , For Bale , To lleut , Wants , Board
ing , eta , will be Inserted In this column at the taw
rate ol TEN CENTS PEK LINK ( or the first InsoriVm
and FIVK CENTS PEll LINE tor each subsequent n-
sertlon. Leave ad ertlMmtnts at our office , No.
I'earl Street , near Broadway
LPOIl HAI.U-IIalf InUreil In a well oitaMbhed
real esUtc loan otlloo ID tVuncll Illuffs. doing a
paving business. Hatltfaotory rcaionsfor itlll
Address A. II. C. UHKollloo , Council llluOs , Iowa
LO 1'Al'KUS for sale at Bis office , at U cents
\J a hundred.
VITANTKU Kvery body In Council Blufls to take
YV Tuillsi. Delhered by carrier at only twenty
oonls a week.
17(011 ( SAIX CHKAt'-Oooahoarding boaie , saloon
JL1 and billiard hall. Tins btulaeiw , Addiees K.
HKROlUco , Council Bluftfc
TTtOUND-A tool handle , with set o ! toadi.
X1 ita Owner appl > at UsKolllce.
AGENTS Ladles and gentlemen can make flrit
da s wages by selling the "Champion llosuu
Utrecther and ronlag Board. " Itetalls at 11.00.
Any lady can do Una fine shirt without a wrtakls
and glost It as nicely as the best > aundrlccan. Addrcee
for paitlculars 0. II. B. & L Co. , Bsi , otlloo , Ouuue I
Baby Jumper !
224 As 220 Broadway ,
COUNCIL ULUtTS , . IOWA.
Largest Stock !
CIDER ! CIDER !
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels.
" Fine Cm MK the
"Bee , " and "Eival" Cigars.
The Best Nickel Goods Offered , We Guar
antee Our Assertion. Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. - - - - -
[ hickering Piano
Best and Most tollable.
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
Endorsed by FRANZ Liszr.
Unrlrallod for Tone or Finish.
Best Modern I'rlco to Buy.
The Kiinball Orjjan , so long and favorably known In the west , recommends Hsolf
J. L. STKWAUT , Solo Agent for above lines of Goods. Warerooms , 329 Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , Inwn. Correspondence Solicited. Agents Wanted *
So far there ia evidence thta twonty-
; hroo houses and barns in DOB Moincs
were struck by lightning Wednesday
night of last week.
Lightning struck tno Swedish Lutheran
ihurch in Ottumwa about half past 10 on
ho night of the Slid , and It was nearly
destroyed by fare. The property cost
S5.GOO , and was insured for $2,000.
a now drng 'or
OOUNOEQCS * oL.dlvttl (
Thofollowlniareth8 made pronrd - * >
parture of trains bsf" JK ? , * * * ; tn"1" iM aoddo.
local depots. Trail" central standard Unjo , at the
u.eScarttrMda I5 u t. mln
LXAVB. I0' BDBL"0'OH AKD QOI CT.
Chicago Express BXOam
Font srall. 7:00 : pro
73 ! p m
'At local depot only.
1 CITI , ST. JOH AND COUNCILtftDTPS.
10:05 : a i
jMall and Express , 7:05 : p m
SflSpt Pacific Express , 6:50 : p m
, CinOAOO , UILVAORXIASD ST.
g25 ; Itm Express , 005am
BlSa/m Express ! 0 65pm
OUICAOO , BOCK ISLAND AND
Atluitlo Exprods , 8 05 a m
Day Express , d H p m
a m 'Dcs Uolnoa Aocummodatlon , 0.05 p m
At local depot only.
'WABASII , ST. I/1DIB AMD rAClna
Mall , 3 OS p xn
"At Transfer nly
Express , 8.50pm
Pacific Express 8.05 a in
BIOPX CITT AND PACIFIC.
. , at. laul ! _ xpress , 8 JO a m
Day Express 8:60 pm
8:00 : pm Western Expressi & 85am
11:00 : a m tablfloIfixptoo 4:40 pm
7:10 a m Local Express ,
12:10 a m Lincoln Express ,
* At Tranifer only.
DUHUr TRAINS TO OMAHA.
leav7:208SW > :30-10.SO-n:40a. : m. 1:80-2:8
3SO4SO6:30J.SOU:05 : : : p. m Sunday 9ao-Il:40 :
a m. 1.30-8:30-5:30-6.30-11:05 $ . m. Aiilve 10 mln
to bofure leavuig : tlmn
THE INVALID'S GREAT BOON !
Th o waters coma In a largr , pure stream , ( low-
In ? Ircra Nature's lounttln and touched by the band
ol the Muter Chemist , In a laboratory not made with
bands , for the euro of Ilhoutmtlsm , Hcrofula , Ulcers ,
L'at'rih , all B oed and Hkln D.tcaaes , Im > 9psla ,
Liver Complaints , Kidney and HKdilor Dheatoa ,
Q ut , NeuriUli and Asthma. And they are now M.
knnu hiljcd to bo a moit wonderful epccldcfor all
I rms ( f Kcmalo Derangements and Central la
bility where a toulo tr > aiment Is dcs'rable
Hundreds ot gratcfui people who came ti the
SpiIngs rn crutches and stretchers and wcntawav
cared , many of them 'l'upl > i ; and praUlng Oed , "
wllltCHtll ) to th heallne pripertlei of theao waters.
"namo TO TIU uous I' ' LET NATIRH IIHAI. rot. "
ItUV. U , M. THOMPSON , Manager.
Albany , SUoam Springs , Gentry Co. , Uo.
GASH TALKS !
A.t the well-known Establishment
J. P. FILBERT
209 Upper Broaaway , the
01 Cotooll Hudj. Notloa our rcdraea Price List.
IB pounds Ultra O Sugar for | | 00
1 ! pounds Uianulated Sigstl l oo
1 p unds Choice Oatmeal . . 1 00
26 | und Na\y Bews 100
! Ogoimd UrstUulk.Hfcurch 1 00
12 pounJa Carolina Woo , . . , l oo
1 ! poum ! * Choice Pram s. . , . , I'M
Z&bomBurfalotioip 1 oe
titra Lake TrouV. per pound ca
Lorrlhbrd's J'lug pjt Ib , io
Idounilackt-rii , 16
Colorado Vlour Winter , per cwt SCO
10 pounds Qlnj bi jvi j oo
Wpcundsh n ojr , . . , , i oo
6Kallonkcg ttyinp , J 70
White Huh , p kli wi
Ufcckerol , l > t > rklt : o
Dates , per pound 10
10 S pound cAiii&t > ndard'n > matot * 1 00
All kinds Cahtornla KrulU
pouud Liuk'i bUc Jard 4 tor 1 00
All grades , according to quality , ISo to Boo per
We also carry a full line of Men's. Ladles ' and
Chllilien's One abacs and Uen' < Fine Boots at very
owprloe * . Also a full line ol Tinware and genrral
rcbandlse. Call ou us and be ooavlnood that you
tare moony bv iluilln ? with us. Qoods delivered
e In any part of the cltr.
n a word , we arn bound to sell and challenge all
aulo cotnKtltloi | In this oouutv.
S09 Uj.or Urosdwty
JACOD B1U3. K. P. OADWEUi
COUNOIt , BLUFFS , IOWA
Offloe , Midn Orect , Ilooms 1 and 2 BhD-art fc ) fo-
Uahon'i Mock. Will pracUon la BUt * tnJ t'sdittl
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
For purerlrer Ice patrotlzo the blue , wagons eat-
faction guaranteed. Leave orders at No. 45 South
Telephone No. B4.
MULHOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
Mrs , H , J , HIM M J ) , .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
222 Middle Broadway. Council Blutta.
-Two largo lots with three rabcd
' Ja" lmPr < "emonl . bringing montiily
rental M .
Adilrces L. , BI > E Office
a ? A.T-B < ;
ATTORNED AT LAW.
. ' oral Courts.
Practice In State and
dcd * °
Collections promptly Vtc
Room 9 , Schu p'8 Building ,
COUNCIL JJMTTYS.SJ IOWA.
Justice tp © Peace.
Omaha and Council Blufljr.
collection agincy , Odd Fellows Mock
3ver Savings Bank.
moa. omoiB , u. k. rrarr.
Council Bluffi . Ia.
Esfab/isfieo . - " - 1856
Dealers In Foreign fnd omeetlg Exchanxo an
Hrnw Secnritt .
E. Eice M , D.
orothertnmors removed without the
, knife or drawing o blood. *
CHRONIC DISEASES * * . * * * * , .
Over hlrty years practical experlenoe Oltco No
I'ear treet , Council UluHj
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ,
Scaled proposals will bo received by
the undersigned till August 1 183-1 , at
noon , for the building of the new Pres
byterian Church in Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Plans and specifications can bo aeon at
the Bank of Olllcer & Pusoy.
Contractors , in their bids to state the
price at which they will take the stone ,
brick and lumber of the old Church
The committee reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids.
By order of the Building Committee.
THOMAS OracEii ,
Grain . & Promions
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. PULLER ,
No .8) Pearl Street Council Bluffs , ova.
As thin are many
S < rOalled Veterinary Surgeons
In this city , who aw practicing their quackery on
our people , I deem It but Justlm to say that Idetr
any of them to prod e a diploma , or credentials ,
ndlcatlng that thy are giaduates of soy tuterinart
nitltuto , and I tie hereby cautlou the publl ) ajf ini' .
lucli ijuacks , as
I am the Only Known Graduale
IN WESTEUN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , 126 B'dway ' ,
AT BLUE UAUN.
T. J. OADYM.DV.S.
N , SOHURZ ,
Justice ofl Peace.
OFFICE OVER AUEU1CAN EirilE33.
OUNCIL BLUFFg , IOWA.
H.H. HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make a specially , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA nd
YARA CIGARS. All Cigars sold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , 552 Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE A CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
SMITH & TOMjEH , ARta ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
1 and 0 Main street ,
COUNCIL Biurrs , IOWA.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OP
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
COST * 3n.adles'Furnishing until all arc disposed Goods of. anil Notions at } MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Manufacturer ,
ASADY , ORGUTT & FRENCH
urtalns , In Lace , El'It , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothsMattings ( , Linoleums Eta
hoicest and Best Selected STOOK in the WEST ,
iomo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods In our lino.
Ihoapoat place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Houao Furnishings in the
C'ty. Upholstering and Bedding Supplioa.
Noa. 5 , 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 ,
First Class Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Rates to Regular Boarders.
MRS. S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
The remaining HATS on hand will be Sold Below
Cost to make room for New Goods.
A Full Line f JT ) T L ) I J ilff ia Hand.
J. J. ATJWEEDA , 317 Broadway. Council Bh& .
Furniture and appointments all now. Noa. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council BluJ
Waves three inch'part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switche
ItotliUO each , Hair ornaments given with every puj-
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended to
Waves made of Ladies' ' combings at 50c per inch ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J , d , GOOD 29 Main Stree
Nos. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Electric Belts Sol ) In the Monftoi June by us.
Agents Wanted !
ItefMences Any o the huslno houui In Council Jhifld. JUUD & SMITH I'ropttcton.
319 BROADWAY . - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
r/letalic / Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEQRAPH ORDERS PJIOMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
ONTO. DL2 3XT. OVTo-iaa St. . idou.xi.oll 031-u. Te * .
504 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHEi
SAMPLE CASES a Bpccialty. Shawl , Tourist , nnd Trunk Straps.
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Exec uted
etoctlf Etiroei. , ,
ud 341 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
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