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THE DAILY BEE.
Thursday Morning August 6 ,
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nyCanlcr - - - - -
DyWall - - - - - - - J10.W per jcu
No. 7 Pearl Btroot , Near Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
Sco J. Roller's summer stylos.
Two drunke were disposed of in police
The fiio alarm can only bo depended
on in ono thingnnd that ifbeing immcd-
Permit to marry has bocn given Daniel
A. Loomis and Elvira Hill , both of thuj
Justice Abbott ycatcrday married F.
R. Stowoll , of Avoca , and Louisa 1'raoer ,
Speedy steeds are arming daily at the
driving park and going into training for
the fall races.
Tlio U. P. trains from the weal arrived
nil on schedule time yesterday , it being
the first time for over a week.
The case against William Boohning for
eolling liquor tea minor is to bo heard by
Justice Abbott next Monday.
TUB BEB is in receipt of the premium
list of the Mills county , to bo hold at
Gleuwood September 10,11 and 12.
John Madden , for taking ono of hu
vacations , without permit , has been re
leased from duty at the Rescue house.
Lon Wcatfall , who tried to commit
.suicido by taking morphine about a week
ago , is very low and it is doubtful wheth
er ho can recover.
Justice Schurz seems to bo a favorite
with the Omaha folk. Yesterday ho
married another couple from there , Aus
tin W. Dally and Dora Piolhog.
John Nelson , who was complained offer
for soiling liquors to Phillips' son , has
compromised the matter with the parties
most aggrieved and the case has boon
Mr. Dohaiiy ia preparing to make some
improvements in the interior of hia opera
house. Ifo haa engaged Mr. Miller to
froscoo the entrance , and also to paint
some more scenery.
It is said that the report about the
mayor and Eomo of the aldermen having
gene east is a canard , sot afloat to con
ceal the fact that the council is holding
another secret mooting.
The Presbyterian ladies are to give an
expositionopening September 2 ! , to con
tinue ono wook. It will include an art
exhibition , bazaar , fruits and flowers ,
' 'and entertainments each evening.
The Oakland primary class of the re
publicans have selected W. T. Wilcox ,
W. W.'Belger , and W. H. Erooman ns
delegates , and while uninterested they
freely express a preference for Manning.
11 is talked that some of the members
of the bar are anxious that an attorney
uhould bo placed in the oOico of the
justice of the peace , and William Scars'
name is being mentioned favorably , on
condition that ho could bo prevailed on
to accept thu nomination.
The opening of Max Mohn'a hotel , the
Creston house , a description of which ho
tel was given in yesterday's Bir. , occurred
last night , and was a happy afl'alr , and
largely attended. The Bohemian band
gave fine rr.iuic , dancing , a flno spread ,
nnd other needfuls were provided.
Prof. John Ogden who has served as
ono of the ministers of the normal in-
tituto , gives > dime lectoro this evening
at the Bloomi r building , in which ho
will glvo his personal experiences in
southern prisons , his escape and recap
Ono of the dear old grandmother's own
family declared that her scrap-book would
yesterday morning contain an editorial on
the Fourth ward caucus which would tear
the town wide open. It failed to appear.
Probably the timid old dame got a little
nervous and was afraid to read it to the
The Union stock yards have be < m
! l thoroughly disinfected , und as they have
had no Texas fever there since last May
ihoro is no danger whatever of the dis-
aso showing itself. The yards are now
A prepared to receive the heavy shipments
expected soon. Everything Is in good
repair , and tbo yards are stocked with
plenty of No.'l hay.
Ed Tutro was before the police court
yesterday on the chargu of assaulting
Charles Larson. It appears that they got
to quarreling about n dog , and T.itro
went for Larson with board , and thu
police coming up arrested both. Judge
Abbott , who provides in Judge Ayks
worth's absence , discharged Lirson , and
fined Tatro § 3 and costs , committing him
> ' The oilicial request of Mayor Yaughan
in regard to the commercial mon' gather
ing hero September 10 , U > and 17 , has
been punted in nuch ehapu that rnor-
' : chants can enuli at it in lotion to houses
wiih which they uru dealing. Copies can
1 > * had ut the mcyor'4 olliuo , und uauh
merchant should provide himaeif with a
supply , The only way in which the uf.
fair can ba made a succcti is for the inor-
clmnlH and business men of tbo city to
take hold of it in < nrnest.
. -Some of those doiiit business on lower
f Bro&dway gay that there wai much din.
v orderliuoBi , fighting , j wing and throw.
'P. ' . ing of brick-bati , from about 11 .o'clock
' ' 'Tuesday night to 2 o'clock in the morn
ing , and no policeman sectnod to inter-
Jure. ( Xlicer Morse is on that beat , or
supposed to bo on it , and as his old boftt
was quite qaiot under his oversight , it is
probable that ho wns called elsewhere by
The report reaches hero that n young
man from this city , who has been rusti
cating at one of the popular summer re
sorts with a lady friend , came near meet
ing his death as the result of a lover's
quarrel , in which the woman shot nt him ,
the bull just grazing him , but inflicting
no wound. It is to bo hoped , for the
s ko of the young man's family nt least ,
that there is no truth in the report , but
if true it may wake him up to the fact
tnat ho ought to bo carrying himself for
difloront from what ho has during the
past year or so.
Messrs. I' . .Tones and 1' . Landslodol ,
West Side soloonists , arc in trouble.
Their stocks of liquors voro aoizod last
Friday by * ho town authorities. Xtim-
erous kegs of beer and bottles that
smcllcd like the "b'ngcat ' distillery on
aarth" were found. A portion of the
contraband goods is thought to bo the
property of private citizens , who bought
the liquor for "medicinal nnd culinary
purposes. " It is a cold day when a West
Sidor gets left on a snake bite , or has
no beet to put into hla apple pics. The
merit of the case will bo tried August
Oth. Crawford Go. Bulletin.
Deputy Sheriff Clatterbuck leaves to
day for Mt. Pleasant , where ho takes
Mr . Mclntyro , who has boon adjudged
insane. IIo will also transfer a number
of incurables from Mt. Pleasant to the
asylum at Davenport. It acorns that the
Mt. Pleasant institution is crowded , nnd
as this county has its full share , it must
care for some of its patients ohowhoro.
A'plan is being talked of for caring
thcso incurables nt the poor farm , thus
saving the county sumo expense , as the
fees amount to quito a heavy aum , which
might bo expended at homo , provided
equally good care could bo given the
From the West Side Dispatch wo glean
the particulars of two distressing ncci-
dontn in that locality. List Wednesday
Mr. John Campbell was thrown from the
seat of a self-binder and his leg badly
wrenched and knco-joint misplaced. Ho
lay helpless in t ho field for two hours
before his condition was discovered by
friends. Opiates were necessary to relieve -
liovo the pain. Thrco miles south of
West Side , Mr. George Doerr , in the
employ of Mr. Peter Arnson , attempted
to remove a bunch of weeds which clogged -
god the aolf-bindor nnd assist it to deliver -
liver the bundle , when the twine shuttle
wont through his hand , crushing the
bones nnd permanently crippling that
member. It was with great dillicnlty
that ho removed his hand from the ma
May Queen Fine Out Chewing Tobacco
at OperaHouse Cigar Store. Try it
THEY DON'T LIKE IT.
WorkiDemcii Who Grnmlilo BEcanscllic
Citf Docs Not Pay Them.
Hou'Tlioy AVoro Served.
When the present city administration
ras begging the sufl'ragcs of the people
ho plea was made that it was a "work
; mon'a ticket , " and the mayor particu
arly laid'stross upon this , hired bands ,
and made speeches for workingmen *
meetings so called and made a grea
lurrah. A delegation of workingmen
called at THE Br.E oilico yesterday , am
asked that publicity bo given througl
.Jiolr favorite organ to what they dcomot
the unjust and treacherous manner ii
which they were being treated. It wil
bo remembered that in response to the
demands and pleadings of many citi/.an
who were Bull'oring in purae and in hoaltl
on account of stagnant water , the mayo
decided to sot men at work digtin ;
ditches , nnd clearing out the crook , so ate
to give at least temporary ro
lief. Mr. Ilathaway was mad
foreman of the work , and it is said Urn
his instructions were to get men at $1.7
a day , if ho could , if not to pay $2 , a
the work muit bo donp at once. Thus
men say that about thirty men were thu
employed , and that botoro going to wor
they were informed that they would ge
§ 1.70 per day in cash , and that the
would bo paid off at the end of each
week. With this understanding they
wont at it , working iu the mud and water
day after day , a hard , dirty , and by no
mentis healthy employment. No pay
camv , cither in en all or warrants , und
yesterday they were told they need work
no longer. Still no pay. They were
told that the city would have to puss on
their bills , and that no warrants could bo
issued to them until M iyor Vaughan's
return , and as he had gene east , and
there was no tolling when ho would re
turn perhaps by tno 15th and ho had
left no blank warrants Htgnod 'I'hoy
were told by their boarding
house-keepers tlut they could pay their
board in warruntH at sixty cents on thu
dollar , which would Icavo thorn $1.05
for a doy's work , which considering the
character of the work dono. But
what is oven worse than all they
cannot get even the warrants to dis
count. They say they want to go to St.
Paul or somewhere and hunt for work as
they can got no more here , and yet they
cannot go elsewhere to seek work , but
must wait licio on expense , and us they
ay , bo Jiabln t < > by run in m vagrant * ,
It cnomsasif thn city uujjlit to provide
for it workingmen in soum better way ,
and if njbody has to wait for pay , let
it bo some of thoau who hare means and
Kivo or six of these men wont to
Mytutor & Adams' oflico to got Jiem to
uo the city , not knowing that Mynstor
was ono of the alderman. Mynstor was
away , und Adams wisrly informed them
that it would cost moro to sue than what
they would get. lie hunted about town ,
hottHver , nnd got an outside party
unally to advance 05 per cent of the face
value of the time chocks they held from
the foreman and retaining live pur cent
for his trouble it left the
men GO cnts on the dollar , The
men concluded they hod better take this
than nothing , and no pocketed it , but
hey grumbled n coed deal , and Instead
f fooling grateful , expressed thomsohus
H thinking that when Alderman Myns-
or returned ho would sue that thoflo who
ought the checks nhall get pretty near
ace value for them. If the city credit
ns sunk so that n workingman can ouly
ot sixty cents on the dollar , it is time
'hat the present administration got out
rom under ita present heading , "Work-
Chow May Queen. H'a bow. Best
n town. Opera house cigar store.
A. Suit to Hnko It 1'ny Onsli lor $ u.OH >
In City WnrrnnlB.
A suit has boon commenced against the
ity of Council Bluffs , by Mrs. A. M.
Vilson , in which 8 ,000 is claimed for
ity warrants held by her , which she has
jought in from time to timo. The war-
ants nro of all datoa , from 1882 up to the
ircsont year , and were issued to various
mrtioa on different accounts , the parties
ccoiving them sailing them at a dis-
ouut for cash. The petition
otfl forth that payment haa
> con refused by Iho city , and now judg-
nont ia asked with interest. It linn been
lie avowed policy of the city to transfer
a h from the police fund to the general
und , SiiOO at a time , to call in and pay
Id outataudinx warrants in the orclir
f their issuance , but it seems the citj
ms not caught up yet , and so suit is
A fresh shipment of cheroots just in
est in the city 5 centeach. . Opera
[ outo Cigar Store ,
J. S. Mclntyre , of Clarlnda , wnu at Uio 1'a
C , A. Knyil lna\cK to-day on "n two week'
ccrcatlou trip north.
[ ins IdaTottovin left on a inoiith'n pluaonro
rip ywtcnlay inclining.
.T. L. ] ) o Jovoii"o ! loaves this evening on u
liortMl to Sjiirlt ljukt > .
linn. Jim , Stotcnson , of Omaha , wan n
initor on tliin lido of tliu river yesterday.
Mn . Welln C ok rnturnrd to her homo ycc-
en lay , after Hpucding vomo time vinltii ) ( ; in
W. K. GriRiby mid wife , of MiBfloiiri Vul
oyultcd thn city yesterday , nnd dined ut
Miss Mamio Simpson h.ii rottirnod to her
loaltinii in lirnun'H restaurant , after ( tn Indid
lonltion m a couple of ucoks.
llov. Dr. Clelnnd's BOII und daughter , Frank
nd Kmma Cli'land , who have lu'en visiting
nd licit ) , lii\o rcturnod to their homo in
. L. Kuttnor , of DCS Moino" , and Mie
fanny Bloom , of Chicago , > wlio have Ix-en v's
tinjf MIT. II. Friedman for the past week ,
otnrn cnat to-duy.
Try May Queen Opera Houso.
COUNCIL BLUFlrS MABKET.
COUNCIL BI.OFFB , IOWA , Autnist 0,1884.
\Vhout-No. 1 milling , 75@bU ; No. a 65 ®
70 ; rejected fiO.
Corn Local purposes , 40 © 15.
Oats For local piirposoa , 3540.
liny S10 00@11 ! 00 per ton ; baled , 60@60
Corn Mool 1 SO per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yards , G 00g (
Cord Delivered , hard , 11 50 per ton ; soft ,
5 00 per ton
Lard Falrbank's , wholesaling at O c.
Flour City flour , 1 C0@3 80.
Brooms a OC@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher oowa 3 E0@l 00. Butcher
Btooro , iiono la market.
Hogs 4 00 ,
ruonocn Ann rnniiB.
Quotation ! by J , M. St. John & Co , , com
mission morchanb ) , 538 Broadway.
Poultry Ll\oold honn , 7e ; spring chickens ,
2 25@3 00 per doz. : H\u turkeys , Uc.
1'cachoii h bun. box , 100.
Lemons ( i 00 per box.
Bananas 2 OU@3 00 per Imnch.
Butter Creamery , 20o ; rolls , choice Q@10o.
Kifjjs 121 po dozen.
VPRotablos Potatoes , 1 50@2 00 per bbl ;
onions , 75o iwr tin ; cabbapo/iOo per doz. ; cntlng
npplo ? , 1-3 un Ixix , fiOo , cliulc-o jxir libl 3 25,53
I 00 ; beaut- 50--Q per bushel.
Nothing in iown boats the 5 cout
Cheroot , nt the opera house cigar store.
NOTICli Spoolal a vertlsomcnts , euo as Txiit ,
Found , To Loan , Tor Sale , To Kent , Want * , Hoard-
, etc. , will bo Inserted In thin column at the low
rata ol TEN CKNT8 PKH MNB for the flret Insertion
and FIVE CKNTH I'KH LINK ( or each BUbeequent n-
( crtlon. tcavo adtortlsemonU at ouroflloo , No.
1'earl Btreet , nuar Uronf-
I OST Lap robe , Sunday inornlnt ; between Her-
J din barn and packing hniuo. Hultnblo rewaid
Icr ifturii cl i&ino to i t.e olllcc , Council UluHii.
NrKD A Rtioil barber , will coo.l W KCH ,
, . . . tfftly | Job. Harmon A. Carlton , Jllssonri
\ alley , low a.
1 ! 7'Oll8Ali-Hftl = : ( Intfrent la R well entabll.hcd
. real entile loan olIL-o In ( 'uuucll llluUs , dolni ; n
bimlnea ) . Httlsfaotoiy icasoiw lor ivllluir.
Ail > lre l A. 11. C , llKHottloo , Couuo.l Uul ! ! < , Iowa
OLD I'Al'Klia-Kur Halo at Ilii ollloo , at 25 cents
WANTK1J K ry botiyin Council llluCTito take
Tinll . Uolhcroa by wrrUrat only twenty
ccnU a weuk.
17(011 ( SAM : CllKAr.-Oood l. < nllng homo , naloon
. ' nnd billiard lull. Xlno bualatiu , Addtuaa K ,
HKK ollloo , Council llluira.
FOIWD A tool handle , with Kit nf brads ,
Uj. ( > n 'rai > pyat ) UKU ollloo ,
A OKNTS-Ladleo and KVDtleinen can make first
JVcliuw wtgei by nolltne the "Clmmplon Uoaoui
btrecthor auil roulni ; IJounl. " IteUlU at 11.00.
Any liidy candouna tine thlit without a wrinkle
and glnmi It a > nloulyaithabcKthnndrleican.Addreeo
( oriiaitlcuUnO. U.S. & I. Co. , lti > olBoo , Couiicl
224 & 220 Broadway ,
COUNCIL , I1LCKK' , . lOf/A.
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels ,
" Fine Cat MM tlie Best--
"Beo , " and "Eival" Cigars.
The Best Nickel Goods Offered , We Guar
antee Our Assertion. Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA
Hest nnd Moot Reliable.
HALLBTT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
I'.nJorscJ by 1'oAxz I.ifzr.
Unrivalled ( or Tone or Finish.
Jlcst Modern 1'rico to Uuv.
The Kimb.ill Ornn , PO long and favorably known in the wc t. rrcoinmomla ttsalf.
J. L. STKWAHT , Solo Agunt for above linoH of Goodd. Warrrooms. 320 JJroadwav
Council Uluirn , Iowa. Corri'snondcnco Solicited. Agonla Wanted. ' '
Hartee , Cnllery , Tinners' Etc.
( TSfCcal attention by mail-
mailCOUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Railway Time Table.
The following are the times of the arrival and de
parture of trains by control standard time , at the
local depots. Trains leave transfer depot ton rain-
u.ea earlier and arrive ten minutes later.
CIUCAOO , BURuaoros AMD O.DINCT.
6SDpm : Chicago Express 0:00 : am
0:40 : ft m Fant Mall. 7CO : p tr
5:15 : n m I "Mall anil Kxprew , 7:13 : p m
12:30 pin Accommodation. 2.50pm
At local depot only.
KANSAS CUT , HT. JOB AND COUNCIL BLUFFS.
106 a m , Mal ! and Express , 7:06 p m
8:05 : p m I'nolSc Express , 6:60 p m
CinCAOO , UILVADKKI AKD BI. FAUI *
6:25 : p m Express , 9X3B a m
J:15 B m Express , 0:65 : p m
CHICAGO , KXKK ISLAND AKD MCI7IO.
6:30 : p m AtUntlo Express , 0:06 : a m
0:26 : a m . Day Kxprostj , 0M : p m
7:20am * Jca Jfolnos Accommodation , fl:05 : p m
At local depot only.
WABASH , BT. I Dia AND FACITIO.
1:20 : i m . Mall. 3:05 : pm
GUOpm Accommodaton U.OOam
cmoAoo and hORTiiwusTxiuf.
5 M p m Exprosf ) , 0:60 : p m
9:2 : } a m Focilla Hxprcsa 9:05 : a m
SIOUX CITY AND PACIFIC.
7:10 : p m at. Paul ExpreM , 8:60 : a m
7l 0am Day Kxprcea 6:60 : ptn
6:00 : p m Western Kxprcs * , 8:35 : a m
11:00 : ro I'Aclfla Express , MO p m
7:40 : a m 1/oaU Exproiu , B64 ; a m
12:10 : a m Lincoln Exprem ,
At Transfer only.
POMMY TBA1N8 TOOUA1IA.
Louve-7:20-8:80-D:30-loao-ll:40a. : : : m. 1:80-1:3 : :
5:30-4:30-5:30-0 : : : 0-11:06 : p. in Sunday 9:50-11:40 :
& m. l:30--3SO-6ia-fl:30-UOu : : : : : : p. in. Aril vo 10 mill
to befure loavlus tlmn
HrsHJHiltoji.H n ,
PHYSICIAN & BURGEON ,
222 UldoUo Bro dv y. Council Bluftu.
E. Rice H , D.
or other tumora removed without the
knlfo or drawing o blood.
CHRONIC' DISEASES - - '
Over hlrty years practical experience OUceNo
Tvor treet , Council UluOl
At tbo well-known Establishment
J. P. FILBERT
20 ! ) "Upper Broaawtiy ; the
Ot Council DIuHj. Notlco our rcduoou Price Lilt.
15 poumli Eitra 0 Sutrar ( or . ? 1 CO
12 pound ) Granulated Huiar . 1 UO
25 jioiinda C'bolco Oatmeal . . . 1 00
15 pounds N'a\y Itcam . , . 100
MMunJslI"ttHulkKtarch ) . , . 1 00
12 i < ound Carolina Illce . 1 00
12 pounds Choice I'runia . 1 00
26l > an0uffala8oaji . , . 1 00
Kxtra Lake Trout , | * r pound . U )
I/irrlliard's I'liiifpor lb. , . 40
1 dozen llacXcrcl . , . IB
Colorado Flour , Winter , per owt. . 200
10 ) > ound > Uiniior Huajx . 1 00
lUpoundsh mloy . , . I 00
6 gallon keg Kyi up . 1 70
WlIltoH hj.erUe. . ! . . M )
Mackerel , perklt. . . , . 10
Datca , per ] K > unil. . , . , . 10
lOSpoundcaniStmdanlToinntoiM , , . . . 100
All kinds Cahfonila Krults .
pound Lusk's Standard 4 for . . . . . . . . 1 00
T. T. T.
All KraJos , according to quality , ISO la 80o per
wu al Q cuiry a full llr.o of Men's , Ladles' and
Chtldieu s ttuu rihoiMand Uen'i Plue UooN at > ery
owprlcos. Uhu full line 01 Tlaware and genrral
rcluuidlte. Uil | un us and l > o couvlnouil th t you
k-\o moiiHy b ) doilinir with Ui. Goods dollverad
etnaiiriiutnf thodty ,
u word , we r.ri Uniinl tn sell and challenge all
able oo'xuvtttluu la this countv.
J. V .FILPKHT
JACOB SIUS. E. P. CADWKLL
SIMS & CADWELL ,
Attorneys -at-Law ,
ooimciii ULurrs , IOWA
OtBos , Ualn Btrtwt , llooms 1 and 2 Uhojut * Uc-
MUioo'i Block. WlUpiMtloela 8UU aod rd nl
ICE ! ICEI ! ICE ! ! !
For pare river Ice pitrot Uo the blue wnpona tat-
sfattlcn RiwranUcd. Leave orders at No. 45 South
Telephone No. 84.
MULHOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
KOll SALE-TWO lmSo lota with throe raised
house' , and all Improvements , brlngiug montiily
rental of J24. I'rlcoSI.SOO.
Address L. , BKB Office
J.B. TATK. . WARHKN WHITE
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 0 , Sclmgart's Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
Justice of the Peace
Omaha and Council Bluff ? .
BOA ! estate collection agency , Odd Fellows Block
mos. ornout , u. . rtrair.
OFFICER & FUSEY
Council Bluflt . U.
Established - - 1856
Dealers In Foreign uitl omuetlo Kxchingo n
HP nwi Stcurltt
THE IHVflLID'S GREAT BOON
Thren walcra ccmo In n large , iiuro stream , fiovr
Ini ; from Nature's luunuin and touched by the ham
ot the Matter ClitinUt. In a laboratory not inatla wit
hands , for the curootilhoniiiitUiuburolu1a , Ulcer
Cat'rili , all Hloixl anil Kkni Ditoases , DjBjrersla
Lt\cr roniil | lnt , Kidney and Ill.uldor lluoaic
Gctit , Neurilila and Aethma. And they are no * ao
knnwledqed to be amott , wonderful rpocillcfora
f mis rf Female Deranprmcnta and ( lontral t > -
blllty where a tonlo ( ri > aiinent la doslrablu.
HunJtcda of frratcfui [ ooiilo who came ti th
BpilnKH CM crutches and stretchers and went ana
cured.'inatiyof them 'liapirg and pralilnt ; CJoJ ,
will testify In the hcallni ; prcicrtlo ) of Oirso waters
"CllliilClUTIIKIiOailt" ' UtTNAn'RHIIKAIiTOV. "
UKV. M. a. THOMPSON , Manager.
Albany , BUoam 8irln | u , tUentry Co. , llo.
n . & woisions
BOOGE'S ' SIOUX OITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .89 Pearl Street t Council Dluffa , owa.
A there are many
So-Oalled Veterinary Surgeons
In this city , who arc practlclnfr their qntckery on
our | Hxjple , I deem It but Juatlro to lay that I dot' '
cl them to ( irodicaa diploma , CTtduitla's
my u p.- * -w Wf U.VI. or YMV1J4 U 'D ,
K. . . . . . . , , . . . -t they are giBiluatm ri | any \ eturiiiarr
nttltuto , and I ilu hcruby caution the ) iutli i u.-aim *
lucn ( | uacki , M
I am ( tie Onl'Knoyii / / Graduale
IN WESTERN IOWA
OfSco & Pharmacy , 125 B'dway ' ,
AT I1LUE 11AUN.
T.'J. OADY , M.DV.S.
Justice of Hie Peace.
OFFICE OVEIl AWKIUC.4N KIPUES3.
OUNCIL BLUPFg , 10 W /
H. H. HOENE & CO. .
\VIIOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make a specialty , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINK HAVANA ud
YAIIA 010AIIS. All Oigara sold by us are of our own manufacture and warrant *
OPERA ITOUSE CIGAR DOUSE. I G62 Broadway ,
II. II. HORNE&CO. , I COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
SMITH itTOIjfcEn , ARts ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
Cotntcit BLUFFS , IOWA.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
[ n Iowa nnd Nebraska , and sold for tlio leant money at 337 Broadway , Couni'U
Blulh , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICTManufacturer.
urtalus , In Lace , ri'li , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothsltMattings , Linoleums Etc
iggjl M _ M ® m
hoicest and Best Selected STOOE in tlio WEST ,
iomo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all Rooda in our Hue.
hoapest place to buy CARPETS , Curtains und IIouso Furnishinga in the
O'tv. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Noa. C , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - . .COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care.
The Best $2 a day House in the West
Sample Rxiins ,
First Class Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Kates to Regular Boarders.
MRS. S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Street , Council Bluflfer V
The remaining EATS on hand will be Sold Below
Cost to make room for New Goods.
A Full Line f NOTIONS always Hand
J. J. AUWERDA , 317 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
Furniture and appointments all now. Noa. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Blulf
Waves three inch part 65c , Coquetts lOc each , Switches
SI to $20 each. Hair ornaments given with every pur
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended tc.
Waves made of Ladies' combings at 50c per inoh ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J. GOOD 29 Main Stree
Nos. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUBB'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Electric Delta Bold In tbe Mouth ol Julio by na.
2tit § Wanted !
r.cferenccH Any o the biulno hcueti la Council UlulTs. JUDD & SMITH Proprietors.
319 BROADWAY - - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
FMalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGRAPfl ORDERS PR01ITLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIOIJ T
OJCTo. 3.J2 2ST. IWC .lM. St. .
504 Main Street , Council Blufik
WHOLKHAU : DKALZU8JINJ
HATS , OAFS BTJCK GLOVES ,
and 344 Broadway , COUNCIL BLDFFS IOWA ,
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