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THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS FKIDAY , AUGUST 8 , 1884.
THE DAILY BEE.
Friday Morning August 8 ,
, tBUttSOIUPTlON KATES.
- - tie ou p r ;
nr M11 - - - - -
Ko. 7 fowl Btr t , Hoar Broadway.
Boo J. UoiUr'a oumraor ntylce.
Tlio alarm of Ore last evening proved
to bo a falao ono. *
The Presbyterian Booial union had
picnic yoatordny nftomoon.
Twenty-eight unlmppy conplca tuk to
hare Iho matrimonial bonds loosodattho
coming term of court.
There wili bo a concert this evening at
8i30 o'clock , in Uaylwo park , by thi
Council Bluffs' Sjrcnadinf ? club.
Montgomery caunty has loft it * delegate
gate uninstruotod , and they nro eaid ti
bo diridod aa to preferences for congress
The cases ngainit the Earliug laloon
rnon have fallen throngh , the prosooatin
witnesses not putting in an appear
A Baleen on Broadway , near the Bo
voro house , and kept by ono Jensen , wo
dosed yesterday , but not by prohibition
by nn attachment , rent being unpaid.
The jinitor , Charles Bender , of the
opera house , aoomu to bo doing finely
Ycaterday ho sat up in his room in the
opera house rmd was very comfortable.
'Tho ' Boworago work is progressing well
on Broadway. The dirt is boinpf packed
in the ditches by using olreama of water ,
and oupht to aottlo DO enugly in this wny
M to avoid any further trouble.
Qcorgo Wesley , while in Iho mazes of
the 'danco at a liltlo eocial gathering
Wednesday evening ; , in aomo way turned
hia foot and Buffered a sprain of the ankle ,
which will lay him UD for a few days.
Wednesday evening a party of ladies
and gentlemen , consisting of about twen
ty couples , took possession of the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Tay
lor , 904 Sixth street. It was a merry
The Indies' Harmony Mission society
trill giro their firat sociable Friday evening -
ing , August Sib , 1884 , at the residence
of J. M. Palmer , 22L Harmony street.
Entertained by young ladies. Rsfreah-
tnento served at about D30 ; o'clock ,
In the improvements they made on
Broadway the old T rails of the street
car track will bo nsed in extending the
track up Broadway , and in their place
will ba put down the ( strap rail HH on
Main street , and pa required by law.
The republican , county convention to
select delegates to the congressional con
rontion will moot at the court house this
afternoon at 2 o'clock. It will doubtless
prove an interesting occuiou , but pro
bably more harmonious than the Fourth
John P. Williams , of Lincoln , state
agent of the Gormania Insurance com
pany , was hero yesterday , and ad justed
the loss on the old house formally ooou
pied by Bella Clover. Mr. Williams is
an old and experienced insurance man.
And it doot not take him long to settle
bumnosa , and satisfactorily too ,
The funeral of Mrs. Elir.&both Boohtel ,
mother of Mrs. K. N. Slyior , took place
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Boohtel was
born in Maryland in 1818 , and c&mo to
this city In 1883. She leaves thrco
daughters , MM. J. M. Kennedy o
Logan , Mrs. K. K , Blytor and Mrs
Nellie Long , and ono son , Mr , J. D
' Prof. Ogden laat evening gave a very
interesting lecture concerning his ox
periouoo in southern prisons during th
war , and his escapes and recaptures
Prof. Ogden has proved himself a volua
bio bolp in the normal institute hero , aw
ho will long bo remembered witl
pleasure by all who have attended the
Boiiion in which ho lias taken part.
The police are still talking of resigning
if they are compelled to accept SCO
mouth in general fund warrants , whiot
at 20 per cent , discount would bring
their pay down to ? l8 a month cash. 1
they faro no hotter than the men wbi
worked in the mud and water digging
ditches at 91.75 , and then only gottinj
sixty cents on the dollar , the policomon'i
cash per month will amount to only $16
No'.ono can blame them for ticking , I
would cost that much to got wooden mei
t46dt \ on the conion ana keep them
decently painted ,
Heal Kstato Transfers ,
The following transfers were filed in
the county dork's offloo yesterday an
reported for TUB BEK by P. J. Mo
R. V. Phillips to J. 8. D.mslas. par
lots G. 7 , 8 and S ) . block 10 , Grimes add
A H. Prloo to Diuiel F , McCarthy
ew \ 2 77 , 40. 85700.
\V. J Mirtin bit 11 J. MartinBO I nw
.Total sales 811000.
May Queen Fine Out Chewing Tobacoc
at Ojmra llouie Cigar Store. Try it.
' Hlil | > mci > l ot Btoolc.i
The following wore the shipments o
ntock from the union stock yards , Augus
II. Green , two cars cattle , G-i 'head
Djivld City , vu Union Pacific.
. .W , F. 8w n , t-'g'tt oars cuttle , 32
head , Fort Pool. Wyoming , via Umoi
F. BdVerldKO , ono car hog , G2 head
Chlc-iK" , via H'ick Iilaud ,
. "J L O V , livocJM tiittlo , 1 0 head
lT * 'olitry , vii Union I'acifio.
U. P. Ing ll , Itireo ( MM Jioga , 18
fitJ , Ohhtfgo , via Union Pacific.
THE SOLDIERS' ' HOME ,
The Urancl Army of Iowa MnklnR ft
Move > Uot It For This Slato.
The following issued from the head
quarters cf the G. A. II , of Iowa , indi
catoa that the veterans do not propose to
go to sloop while the now soldiers' homo
is being located :
llH.PQUARrKIW lRrAtlT ltNT01 TOWA , )
( Jiusn AKMV oFTilK UKrunuo , y
WATKHLOO , Iowa , August , 1881 - J
Gcner.il Orders No. 4.
Prt t Dept. Commander , P. V. Gary ,
Past Dcpt. Commander , II. K. Griawold ,
and Commander Johtl Lindt , ot Post 29 ,
are hereby appointed a committee to co >
operate with the committee appointed by
thoTwonlieth General Assembly to confer
with the board of managers of the Na
tional iiomo for di blr < d volunteer eel
diers , and if possible socnro the locatiot :
of n Homo in Iowa.
This commit too will moot at DCS
Moincs August 10th. They desire to
know the number of soldiers not alpno
comrades nf our order but nil soldiers
in this department who are dependent
upon friends or the state for support.
The commander , adjutant and chap
lain cf the post lucnted at each county
seat nro designated aa a committee to
obtain the desired information.
Commanders of all other potts , or adju
tants are requested to report to the com-
mittco in their respective counties the
names of all needy soHicrs. The author
ities lit poor houses and poor farms , cily
Mild township oflicials , will assist you
You are earnestly requested , comrades ,
to give this matter immediate and careful -
ful attention. Ilcro is a practical field
fur work. As citizens of Iowa aa
well u Grand Army mon wo have a
deep interest in bringing the National
homo to our state. Wo have many
needy comrades now ; very many others
who ere living by their daily labor will
soon bo unable to work , nnd will have a
claim upon the nation they gave the best
years of their Jives to nave. Wo may
contribute greatly to their happiness by
securing for them the comforts of homo
vithout cutting them off from the fend
nssnriatos of earlier years.
Wo would suggest that you call alien-
ion of your local papers to this matter ,
hat the fuels may come to the knowl-
dgo of all likely to sympatheo with the
bjocts in view.
County committees will forward their
sports before the end of this month to
Ion. P. V. Oirey , Dds M dnoa , Iowa.
2. It is with pleasure that woannounco
liat the loyal women of Iowa are active-
f engaged in the same labor cf love with
uraolvoa in striving to mitigate the euf-
erings of our unfortunate comrades and
iifir families. Ou the 18th of July the
opartmont organization of the Women's
Mief corps was completed , with Mrs.
littio Dawson , president , and Miss
laggio Monroe , uocrut.try , both of
Agunoy. Wo commend their noble
ocioty to the confidence of the Grand
3. Comrade George W. Harbin , Post
i8 , is hereby appointed department in
jector , vioo flarvoy Smith , and ho will
> erespected and obeyed accordingly.
1 Headquarters of this department
will bo established on the fair grounds at
) aa Moines durirg 1 uesday , Wednesday
nd Thursday o the state fair. The do
mrtmont commander or Bimo member of
ho staff will ba ' 'at homo" to all cum-
ados. veteran soldiers and their friends
By commmand ofKDWAUD
KDWAUD G MIU.KR ,
Department 0 iinnundor.
CHESTER B SnWON , Asst. Adjt. Gen.
Try May Q aeon Opera Houso.
ONE DOLLAR COFFINS ,
A. Human Body Valued at tbo Oar-
ORSSOO or two Dogs.
There has been eomo lively oompoti
.ion to got the undertaking business of
the county , and it will provo of intorcat
to many to learn that now the stranger
who ohanciB to die hero without friends
or money , can bo buried at the county'a
pOQSo without adding only onn dollar
to the burden of taxation. A dollar cof <
Tin in a novelty which is said to have been
the result of competition , and will prob
ably ere lone ; bo found on the shelves ci
the numerous dollar fltorei through the
country , which now sell almost every sort
of an article for o. dollar ox.
copt coflins. Mr. Morgan , who has the
county contrasts now , showed a BKI :
man the otlier diiyunoif these dull nr
ooUijg. It certainly did not seem that
tbtro could bo uuy great unijunt ol
money made in their manufacture , oven
if it waa all profit. Tlio box is of pine ,
any sort of board : ) , as from old packing
oases , boiug ueud , and the box is covered
with tlir chiiapust sort of black calico , or
something of that aort.Vnnd lined with
ivhito cloili , neooesarily uhunp , with
light lilliug of oxcelsior. Tno wh
looks somuwhat hotter than it roully is ,
and this is the cofliu whioh inu&t contain
the remains of the moneyless , fnendleas
stranger , who atsomotimo.BotnoHrhere.had
those whoso lore for him WAS na strong
as that for others more furtunute. While
it thus costs ono dollar for a cullin in
which to bury the unfortunate yet liu
man somebody , the ci y p s lifly cents
to the man who digu u hole in the ground
mil dumps in the c-ucass of a dou. Cur *
r > ing the matter nut mnlhomiirioally it
aauiiij that ono human being h consid-
oral hereabout the value of tire stray
A fre h ahipuient of choroota just in.
Best in the citj 5 centoach. . Oncra
Jlouto Cigar Store.
AH Satin hy Oiln-rn.
Ere another iooun of the Ljiider , iho
republicans of thiu oongroHional district
ill have mot and named Mr , Pusoy'i
"Ujct'suor. At this writing it is irapos
* iblo to foretell the roault though it is
jvident that the choice has boon narrow-
eddowji to thrco men , viz : Hon. John Y.
Stone , Gov. Maiming nnd Hon. Lafo
Young. Mr. Manning has boon making
an ncuvo canvjjsof thudijtriot , while the
othoir , Bofirau wo know , are miking no
pureoim ! fll'ort in the nuittor. No with-
* trinding this fact we believe the friends
of Mr. ritono can reaaouubly pipuci that
ho will secure the pnzo. It is ( iiiito cor
taia that 1m will Imvu the undivided sup
oort of Mill * , Fremont and Audubon
ooun ii'9 , and a Dart if not all Iho vottn
of Shelby aud Montj-omory. His frienda
also claim that ho will IIKVU some suupoit
in I'ottawattauiio nnd llarrieou countU't
tdon it is undorutond that ho is the second
ohoioo uf Oasa county in the event of )
Mr. Youug'a failure to "grow" as hi *
frtend * hopaho may. Governor Mail' }
mug claims Pottawattamio , Harrlsou aud I
Crawford and some voted in Shelby and
Montgomery. Mr Y-'ung will have his
own county and expects n good sprink
ling of voles from o her parts of the tlif
trict. However , no nnv unt of figur
ing" ntthis d to will determine wh >
the lucky mnn is to bo , but with ouhor
of the gontlt-mon above named , wo nrr
vury confident Mr. Pus y , or any man
ho "doniN. " may put up will bo kft.
IT WON'T ' BUBN ,
Col , P rsonn OlTcn n SntlsfnctoryTcsl
of Ills Niw 1'nlnt.
Col. 0. F. Parsons , of Adams county ,
is in the city , and gave a very practical
test of his fire and water proof paint. lit-
had made n wooden modtl of n house out
of pine boards , and covered it with n coat
of his paint. This ho surrounded and
covered with shavings , and then saturated
thcso with koroaono oil , BO that when thr
match wa > touched it made the hottest
sort of n fire , the littio house being in the
centre of the ihrnos for ton or fif
teen mlnutce. When removed there
innido of the littio house was as cool as
though it had not been surrounded by
such heat , and the outside of the box had
been hardly affected at all by the firo.
Those who witnessed the test were much
interested and pleased. 0 ilouol Parsons
is planning to start a manufactory of the
paint hero , an induatry which should be
heartily welcomed and given the subjlan-
tul support it merits. Ho claims many
advantages for his paint besides that of
being fire-proof , and wator-pro ) f and can
use it fur other purposes then that of
building * and roofs. It is a very cheap
preparation and can bo used for side
walks , colhr bottoms , cisterns , in fact
anywhere and everywhere where it is
desired to atop leaks , or make anything
wat < ir-tight.
J.K ) . Hoffman baa a bran new boy at hii
Mra. Dr. Woodbury has left on a Bummer
trip cast ,
Dr. Warren , of Shsnnobonli , is pending &
W days In iho city.
Jj. C. U.ildivin has gone weatwird to look
after his cattle iutennta.
T. W. Alden , of fine m' , wisnt thaOgden
rcaterday accompanied by his wifo.
Itov. J. O , StepheiiKnn , of Shonaohoab ,
WOK Htopping at the Patitic yceterday.
Alderman P. J. McMahon returned from
Jplrit Lake yesterday halo and hearty.
Mr. and Mrt , Olmitoid have returned from
n months trip to Sririt J/uko : iud Minnesota.
Mrs. Frank Cio'oy and daughter , Miss
tlay , have gnne to Minneapolis to puud two
weeki or an with friends.
J. H. Hi'l ' , tif the Empire hirdwara com-
> any , leavog to day with iiU family tor a via-
t to rclativis aud ( ri > nda in Michigan.
A. A. DnigH who his b en sub tituting for
Ir. S yto'.of the American E pre s company ,
iai .itc.jitixl a position with the Pacih'o'Ex-
K S. SHter , wlio had hi knee dilocated
na rnu-uviiy Hiniah u thrco and a luJf
months > gi. has just ni'.urnod.to lii.s old p ai-
tlouwilh th Amoiicjn Expro-a ourupany.
Ogde'i II. I < Vhri , and Charles K Piorce.
two of the liading a'toruey ' * nf .lano-ville ,
Wisconsin , pvsed through lirro yo-teiday ,
t'liron o for Nebiiieka , n litre they had some
It gal bunker to loulc after.
Prof J. J. Slattery , uho Is npend'ng Lta
vacat on wi li old f ienda In St. Lnutc , reports
tlut hi IB wo 1 and enjoying himself hugoly.
Ho favors TIIK DKKIth a lur op'cturaof the
net * exioaitiou Luildi ft in that city.
K. T. Lindsoy & Co. now have their
now building on North Main street com-
plo ed , and pretty well ntockod up with
rubber goods for their wholesale trade ,
over 5,000 cases having already been re
ceived and more to follow , while ship
ments are being made on orders right
alorg. The now building is 24 by 95
foot , two stories and basement , and is
well arranged , with oflico , elevator , eta ,
so that goods can bo handled easily and
business transacted conveniently. The
firm starts in on the second year of job
bing rubber goods , with every assurance
of having as largo or larger a trade than
any house in the west in this line , and
the enterprise is certainly ono which will
provo of advantage and a credit to Coun
cil 151uir . Already a "trado
has been established reaching from Oes
Moinoa to Denver , besides north and
south , and the number of orders already
nt-curod for this season indicitto that job
bing houses in Council Bluffr , if they
manage , can roach out far and near and
gather in much business. The firm con
tines itself to handling the Now Jersey
Itubbur company's goods , nnd in pricoi
and quality are not only able to compote
n ith any house , and give satisfaction to
dealers , but the advantage is hud of iho
goods being here , where they can bo had
on a few hours notice , inatvud of bring
compelled to wait for good * chipped
from adutunco. The now building and
the comparatively now bimncno make
quito u valuable ) addition to Council
Yesterday there was but ono plain
drunk to bo polished otf at a coat of
Two fellows from Omaha wore bcforo
the bar for f.ist driving. They gave
their names as Dorwiski and Itomsen.
It nppoarod that they were BO well
ph-ased with the long stretch of paving
on Main street , that they had a race , and
wont spinning along the street without
regard to the lives or limbs of others.
Justice Abbott fined thorn each $10 and
costs , the fun costing them in all 311.
Rnther expensive sport.
Frank Hadowraki , E. M. Fero and W.
D. Fore were brought in on a charge of
being ergigcd in rather a lively fight in
the Rout Island yards. The trouble
attorned to have oiigjuated about Sadow.
ski's boy gutting on top of the cars , in
epito of the protests of ono of the Foro'u ,
and it rcfulttd in sumo ttrong blows
bflinR struck and some clarnt iwing \ ,
Eioh of the iriii was held in $100 bauds
to appear to-day for a heating.
Nothing in lown heats the ft cent
Cheroot , at the opera house cigar storu.
The Daivnport onion rrop is short. A
prominent grower tells the Davenport
Democrat that the yield in Scott county
will bo 100,000 bushel * lets thrn lust
tlot cd Most ( Ulltble.
HALLBTT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
Endorsed \ > f FRANZ I.nrr.
Unrlv&llod for Tone or I inlnh.
Bntt Modern I'nce to Duy.
Tha Kimt.ftll Orwj , coorg \ an < 1 favorably known tn the wct. r commonJs Itunlf.
J. L. 8TJJWAUT , Solo Agent for nlxivullntB of Goods. Wirrroouis , 329 Uroadway ,
Council ItlufTs , Iu . Coriifcondtnoe | Solicited. Agents Wwtod.
eV C & WRIGHT ,
Pntlpfir TinnoiV tnnt' Ftp
u , ulluolj , liUllol5 luljjt , Lib ,
.OTiee.1 attention by nail.
BLUFFS , I A.
Chris Hanson , of Sioux City , died
from the effects of poison , aolf-adminis
tcred , a few days ogo. It appears that
about two years ago Hanson visited his
native Norway , returning with a young
girl , who lived in the family until it be
came apparent that the girl was soon to
become a mother. Ho did not deny that
ho was the f ither of the child , and this
cftueed much family trouble. For some
time Hanson and his wife have occupied
separate sleeping apartments. It was
Mra. Uanson'a plan to have a divorce , as
her husband did littio for the support of
KOT10E. SpodM a rcrtlcomcntn , BHO a * Loot ,
Found , To Loan , For Silo , To llont , Wants , Do rd
Ing , etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at the lot *
rate of'TEN CENTS FEU LINK for the Orel tnaortlor
and KIVE CENTS PER UNB for each subsequent n
eortlon. Leave advertisements at our officw. No.
Pearl Stroot. noir Broadwav
F Oll tfALH My rriMfno1 , rorntr 7th nvonu" and
lOlhetreot. If taken noon -111 tell for r.'O )
bclmvalnilll lto ; etl lutnl'urn , calpct &o. ,
all or In part. Knot sold at onvo nlllrenr. pioil-
ee , with house furnhhed nr unfuiril > hid , at
mouo'ato rent. Any ono thinking nt making
tticlrh .mod. Council tluC8 n.lldo vroI to Investi
gate thk offer. Hit tbo bett bargain everoCfnrid
tnthoflty , M A. UPTON.
LOST Lap robe , Sunday momlnr bitwten Her-
din barn anrt packd ghnuoo tiultabla rewaid
lur ict urn rf i amo to i im ufflce , Council Bluffs.
WANVKIJ A good birbir. will ROO.1 na OK ,
ttcady Job. Ilarinon & Carlton , Missouri
ValJcy , Iowa.
i vLD PAPERS For sale at Bu offloo , at 25 ocnta
\J a hundred.
TTTTANTF.D Every boay in Council Dlufla to take
VV TuiIJHi. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
oonta a weak.
TTIOU BALK CtlKAP.-Oood boarding houw , > loon
JC1 and billiard lull. ? lno biuljim. Addieos K.
o , Council BluHi
A OKNTS LitdUt ) aud [ tentlcineo can make first
Xdaia wages by wlllne the "Champion Boeom
btrecther cud ronlnj : Buard. " Retails at tl.OC.
Any lady can do up a nno ahlrt without a tvrtnklt
and gloa it as nloulyaa the test laundries can. Addretc
for pat tlculau 0. U. 8. & L Co. , Bn offloo , Councl
Railway Time Table.
The lollowtnc ; are the ttmcg of the arrival and da
porturo otraliu by oontral etandard time , at the
local denote. Trains leave transfer depot ten mn
u.o-0 eiillor and arrlvo ton minutes later.
oinaAoo , r.Dtusotos ADD qcisor.
6:25 : pui Chicago Express O.-OO a m
fl:4O : a in Font afall. 7:00 : p n
S:4G : a m I 'Mall and Kxpreee , 7" J p m
12:30 : p tn AccnmmrHUiIon. .40 p tn
'At local depot only.
KAN&IS cnrr , IT. JOB AND COUNCIL BLDTTB.
10:06 : A m , lfall and Express , 7:0i : p m
85 p m Padfic Exprcea , 6 0 p m
CmOiOO , UILWACKEB AND ST. rAUL.
C C p m Kxproei , 0 35 a m
0:16 : a u Lxprces , fltG : p m
CmOAOO , BOC3 1SLAKD AND PACmC.
6SO : p m AtUntlo express , 9:05 a m
0:25 : a m Day Express , 6:5 : < p m
7.-20 a m * De3 Ifolnea Accommodation , 0:06 : p m
-1\\ local depot only.
WAIASII , ST. umia AHO pAnno.
1:29 a m Hall. 3OS : p m
6:10 : pra Aoflommodaton 9.00am
At Tronbf r nly
& : M p m Expreax , 0:60 : p m
9:2tam : Paolllo Exprcoa 9:05 : am
* BIOUI CITY AKD rACinC.
7:40 : p m at. Ptul Exprc33 , 8M : a m
7 40 a m Day Express 0:60 : p m
cNio1 * rAciric.
3:00 : p m 'VTostcrn ExpreM , 8:35 : a m
llUQ : a m I'aclflo Kxprero , 4:40 : p m
7:40 : a la Local Expreoa , 0:61 : am
12:10am : Lincoln Express ,
At Trail' fcr only.
COniT TRAINS TOOHA1IA.
Leave 7.-20-HSO-9:30-10SO-ll:40a. : : : m. 1:30-2:3 : :
3SO-4SO-fi:3'i- : : : > UsiSp m Sunday 9:50-11:10 : :
a m lS0-SSo-4:30-e:30-ni.G : p. tn. Arilv lo mln
to before loavuitf tlma
At the well-known Establishment
J. P. FILBERT ,
2M ( ) Upper Brouawuy , the
01 Council Cluflj. Not lee our reduced 1'rloa LUt
IB poundi KUrnO Sugar for 91 00
12 pounds UranuUtcxl Busar 00
16 pouiiili Cbuloo Ootmcal 00OD
! 6 i runds Navy lloiina . . 00
W puund * Ut Hulk Htaroh . 00
12 pound * L\irniu ] | [ HIcu , . . . 00
11 ! poundsChoicu truixi. . . 00
ZS barn lludida rioip 00ua
Kxtra L&ko Trout , | ior pound. , ua
Litrlliard' I'lujpurIb. , . . . . . . 40
" " " ' " " " " ' "
1 doion Uickcrel".V.V.-.V. , . . . . . . . . . . 15
Colot do Klour , Wluter , per < wt. Z BO
10 pounds Oliver Hi. p < 1 CO
lOpoindili iaor 1 00
bgtJIoii liog Byiup ' 1 70
WhltoKUh.ptrkll. . . >
Mackerel , i ir kit ' . 10
Dites per pound , 10
10 S pound cans 8t nJ rJTomitot , . 1 oo
All kinJi CalifornU rVulU
| < ouuj LiuL'o atacclarJ 4 far 1 00
T. T. T.
All gndta , aooardln ; to quality , Ifio to 80o per
Wo m o carry a ( ull Uao of llcn'i , TjvUea' nd
Chlldirn'sfine Shoooanil UenV Pine Ilooti at very
ow prloiM. &l a ( ull Una 01 Tiuwro and gum-ril
rclitLdlao. Call on u * and bo ooavluctxl tba- you
uwouiOnny ( / dcilinc wltU ui. Qood > delivered
e la any Mrt of the city.
u a word , wo nrn bound to et1 and challenge !
aola oouipotltloa In Uil > oouatv.
S09 u , .er.llro dav
JACOB HI1IS. K. F. CADWEIJ.
8IM3& 6ADWELL ,
, tltln HlrMt. Hoom I and 8hUK t * Ue
Uloci. Wlliprac4Jonla BUM ted
ICE ! ICE ) ! ICE ! ! !
For pure rlrcr Ice p troi Ito Iho blue w gen fat-
slnctlf n guaranteed. Leave onion at No. 45 South
Telephone No. 84 ,
MULIIOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
SALE Two latpu lota with thrco raked
houw , and nil Improvcmon's , bringing rujntnly
renUIol 24. IVlcoSI.'Oa
Addrtu L , DKH Office
J.K. TATE. IVARUKN WHIT ! :
Prnctlco In SUto and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 0 , Schugart's Baildin ? ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Coanoll Bln ( & .
Rt-al cBtato collection agency , Odd Follows Hock
nor Saving Bank.
U. U. ItlSJT.
Coucril niutfa > t * .
Established - - 1856
Dealers In Foreign and emestlo Eichansra n
THE INVALID'S GREAT BOON !
wa'erB c me In a larzn , pure stream , How-
IDLfrr m Kxtura'ti ii.unt-l atd touched by the hand
nttho UuUr < 'h rnl.t In n laho'iitorynnt made ltb
bamlii.'or thocuroof tlhci'mitUm , crolu'a ' , Ulotrs ,
Oit rib. all Hood and .Skin Dtcawa , l ) . > Fpi8'A | ' ,
Liter fomplalntK , Klin.y aod H'.vldcr Ulwwes ,
O ti' , N' ur 1 < U and -thina And tncy arn no' ac-
kufwl.dgcd to bo a mo-l woni'crlul specificfurnll
f rma if I'tma'o ' Dor ncminta nnd lleairal la
bility where a tonlo rr a mtnt N dca riblt
HundroOB of graUfa. e > ( jo wrtu came ti the
Bp Inits in irutcncs andstietchm and wcntaxav
nurd , many u ( 'hem 'I npt g and pral-Ing God , "
will tettfy to the hca'ln ' ? prpcrlo * of 'h-eo waters.
"rilTBlO TO TIID D008 I" IXT DArOaJt USAL VOO. "
RET. U. M. THOMl'&UIs Manager.
Albany , Slloam Bprlnip , .Uentrr Co. , Ho.
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. PULLER ,
No .89 Pearl Street Council Bluffs , owa.
As there are many
So-Oalled Veterinary Surgeons
odtcatlng that they are graduates of any veterlnar ;
nttltute , and I do hereby caution the publhagams
uch quaokB , a >
am the Only Known Gradate
IN WESTEHN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , 125 B'dway ' ,
AT UI.UK UAI1N.
T. J. CADY , M , D. , V. S.
Justice oftlo Poaco.
OFFICE OVKU AMERICAN
O UNCIL BLFPFg. IOWA
Mrs , H , J , natop. M n. .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
S22 Ulddlo Bro Ovty. Council Blufls.
, Eice M. D.
or other tamon removed wltboaltbr
knlfo or drawing o blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES ouind. . . .
Over hlrty yearn practical eiporltnce Ofoe Ko
1'eir treet , Council Ulufls
Baby Jumper !
224 it 22G Uroadwny ,
COUNCIL ULUrT. * , . lOi A.
Large at Stock
tO WEST I'BICEa.
H. H. HORNS & CO. .
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make a specialty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA
VARA CIGARS. All Cigars sold by un are of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I G52 Broadnay ,
H. H. HORNE&CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
BMITH & TOMiKH , A ; ra ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OP
In Iowa nnd Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT .Manufacturer.
4SADV , ORCUTT
ur tains , In Lace , flit , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothe , Uattlngo , Linoleums Eto
hoiooBt and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
[ itno and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all Roods In our line ,
loapost jilnco'to buy CARPETS , Outturns and House Furnishings in the
C'tv. Upholntoring and Bedding Supplies.
Noa. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly nnd wifli Cnro
The Best $2 a day House in the West
Sample Raoms ,
Firat Clasa Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Rates to Regular Boarders.
MRS. S. J. NOREIS , 105 Blain Street , Council BluffsV .
The remaining HAT on hand will be Sold Below
Cost to make room for New Goods.
A Full Line f NOTIONS always Hand
J. J. ATTWERDA , 317 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
Furniture and appointments all now. Nos. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
. & & ? . cJ.
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOo each , Switches
$1 to0 each. Hair ornaments given with every pur
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended Co.
Waves made of Ladies' comhings at 50o per injh ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS , J. J. GOOD - - - 29 Main Siree
NOH. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUBB'S ELECTEIC BELT. .
3,000 Eloctrle Belts Sold In the Month of Juno by uu.
Any u tbo biulr.o bomce In Counoll Bhiffn. JU1ID SMITH Proprietors.
319 BROADWAY - - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Metalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
. 3. S3 INT. 3V3TAlxx St. . Oouxxoil
504 Main Street , Council Bluffe.
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS \
S AM i-LK CASES a specially. Shawl , Tourist , nnd Trunk Straps. \
Twenty Years Experience. Repairing Neatly Executed
WHOUCSALK DKAUill8iIN |
tnd W4 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFB IO\VA %
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