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THE DAILY BEE-COL'NCIL BLUFFSSATURDAY , AUGUST 9. 1884 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
Saturday Morning August 9 ,
Hr Oarriof - - - - - - -10 < > enf ftt week
Ir Mull - - - - - - - | io CO per jrctr
Ko , T P irl Street , Hear Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
See J. Rotter's summer style * .
There wcro throe plain drunks fined
The defective fire nlnrm continues to
" The Bavnrinn baud play nt Milliard ,
Hob. , to-morrow night.
The Council Bluffs district conference
of the M. E. churches will bo held In
Missouri Valley August 13.
D. A. Loomis and Elvira Hill , both of
ihis city , were married Thursday oven *
ing by Justice Sohurz , at his oflico.
E. W. Ticknor hns nn npplo tree in his
yard on Fifth avenue which is now in
bloBBom , the second blooming this year.
The newly painted delivery wagon of
the McClurg cracker factory is ono of the
handsomest wagons of the kind in the
S. H , Graver has bought out the livery
atablo of S. S. Wagner on Bancroft street
And Mr. r7agnor has gone to Hot
W. P. Aylsworth 1m contracted to
, raiaa another brick houso. This time
ono belonging to a Mr. Jones on Washington -
' ington avonuo.
Wm. H. Russell and Mrs. Alice Gragpt ,
both of this city , yesterday obtained
leave to wed ; also II. Haock , of Hoi-
stein , Ida county , and Augusta Ronnan ,
of this city.
Spiritual circle to-morrow afternoon at *
2 o'clock , and evening at 8 o'clock , in
.Shugart & Beno'a block. Entrance on
Main and Pearl streets , two doors south :
of post oflico.
The Cleveland and Uondrioks glee club ;
JIB formed consist ! of E. A. Bockor.O. W.
Oreo , 0. A. Riley , F. A. Darrah. J. W.
Adolph , B. T. Connor , J. A. Murphy
and Carl Williams.
The dear old grandmother's guardian
did not show np in the convention yes of
terday. Ho probably has not got up yet
after being knocked down in his own | Jj
word the other night by 1G1 to 1C.
The Blaine and Logan clubs have
opened as their headquarters the rooms
under the Citizens' bank In Shugart's
block , and are fitting , them np in a very it
attractive and eouvoniont manner. I
Tomploton & Lamb have placed In.
their show window a very novel sort of
an attraction , It being a plantation scone ,
the cabin being made out of cigars , and ,
the Burroundings being skillfully wrought
The Rov. J. Fisk will preach at the
' United Brothorn church on Sunday ,
[ August 10th , 1884 , at 11 o'clock , the
funeral sermon of the two babes dssortod
by their mother. All frionda to human
ity are respectfully invited.
J. A. Bode , who made such a lively
fight against Anderson two years ago ,
now issues from Tabor the first number
of hia campaign paper , "Tho Hatchet. "
It is red-hot republican , and nhowa that
hia pencil has boon sharpened afresh for
another three month * ' contest.
Colonel 0. F. Parsons baa begun put
ting ; hi * patent fire and water-proof paint
on Noumaycr'a hotel , which will give the
pnblia a still bettor chance to BOO what it
really is , and what its merits aro. If it
proves oa represented , it scorns that a
factory could easily bo started hero.
The row , in which Sadonski and the
Pore brothers indulged , the other night
at the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul's
yards , was to have boon examined into
by Justice Abbot yesterday , but the par Lii
ties concerned had made up and the cases del
were dropped. It seems to bo qulto the ! U
rage now for men to club each other un no
til too much weakened by blood to fight noi
any longer , and then when it gets into aaU.
court thu transaction is shown up as simply U.B.
ply a little
or a friend * ton
ly Ecufllo. toiKc
Chow May Queen. It's boss. Beat Istj
in town. Opera house cigar store. I R.
Sheriff Dan Farrell , of Glonwood , was FrDi
hero yesterday looking Di
after the division DiA
of the $1,000 reward for the capture of A
Reynolds. The railway men who claimed El
a part of the reward for giving the ofli- .leHi
cers the first pointers , were qivcn $250 , HiHi
.and received it in cash. They appar Hi
ently intended to give the conductor the
slip , who was to have ono-UiIrd of what
they got , but Ofiicor Hurley by ono of his rci
quiet , quick moves prevented any such
move , and the conductor got his share.
Out of $250 , the attorney who looked
after the railway men's claims , got $50 ,
and the remaining $200 waa divided be
tween the two men and the railway con "
ductor. The remaining $700 of the 81-
000 , is to bo given to the Officers Hurley
and Towns , who divide it equally , leaving on
Mayor Vaugbati , the chief of police , the w
raarahal and all co
others out in the cold
unleia the oilicora want to donate some
May Queen Fine Out Chewing Tobacco
at Opera House Cigar Store. Try it. the pc
Itcal Edtuto Transfers. Of
The following transfers were filed in the
the county clerk's oflico yesterday and
reported/or TUB BEE by 1' . J. Mo- to , .
Mahon : JJ
John H. Aegson to L. E. 8. Mitchell , vo ant
' n w J 17 74 40 , $2,500. , able
Thomas Kearney to 0 L. Roberts , lot
4 , block 13. Oakland , 8100. ly
Thonus Kearney tn 0. L. Roberts , lots for
2. and mi _ 'J , block 13 , Oakland . , $100.
* * *
Total eale , 8 3 0007 the ,
MANNING THE MAN ,
vcntion Unanimously ,
The Delegates Instructed to Sup
port Him for Congress ,
Delegates Also Chosen to the BtAto
The republicans of Pottawattamti
county mot in delegate convention at thi
court houao yesterday afternoon to soloc
nineteen delegates to attend -tho ropub
llcan state convention to bo hold at Do
Moiiics , Aug. 20 , and nineteen delegates
to attend the republican convention to
bo hold at Atlantic , August 10. Col. D
B. Dailoy called the convention to order ,
and , besides stating the pur
poses , Miggostod that the
county central committee bo also made
up , as the state committee bad suggested
that this bo done at an early a date as
Charles M. Harlo was chosen as tem
porary chairman , and on taking the
chair made onool his happy little speech
es , full of enthusiasm for the ropunlican
party , and calling forth much applause.
Mr. A. T. Cox , of Oakland , was selected
The following committees wcro ap
On Permanent Organization John
Llndt , of city , M. S. Burnett , of James ,
T. P Troynor , of Lewis , J. B. Hake and
E. A. Consignoy , of Knox.
On CrodontitU T. J. Evans , of city ,
J. Turner , of Washington , P. Ellera , of
Mindcn , F. Benjamin , of Knox , S. B.
Trum , of Pleasant ,
The committee on credentials pre
sented ita report. Concurred in.
The committee on permanent organiza
tion reported in favor of Fremont Ben
jamin , of Knox , as permanent chairman ,
and Jacob Sims , of this city , permanent
secretary. This report was concurred in
Mr.Itanjamin , on taking the chair ,
predicted a victory not only for the na
tional ticket , but a victory in this county.
Hif expressed the belief that the action
of-this convention would virtually de
cide the congressional convention at At
lantic , and uiat the convention at Atlan
ice would select a man who would carry
Pottawattamio county by a majority of
ono thousand. That convention would
nominate : a man about whom all repub
licans would rally , and all factions bo
done : away with.
Mr. Gonalgnoy moved that a committee -
too be appointod.by the chair , to consist
ono from each township and ward to
name nineteen delegates to the state con
vention , and nineteen to the congres
Mr. Lawson moved to amend by hav
ing the delegates from each township
name a man.
John Lindt moved to lay the amend
ment on the table , but on learning that
V would also lay the original motion on
the table , withdraw it , and moved to in
definitely postpone it.
Mr. Lawson objected to this sort of
The motion to indefinitely postpone
the amendment was carried , and the
original motion carried.
The chairman then named the follow
ing as such committee :
Kane First precinct W. MoFaddoi ,
Second J. Sims. Third John Lindt.
Fourth Phil Armour.
Bolknap A. T. Cox.
Boomer L. 8. Axtell.
Carson W. F. Pierce.
Center W. T. Davenport.
Crescent A. R. Protiss ,
Garner H. M. Saar.
Qrovo Gco. Bolton.
Hardin D. T. Porrv.
Hazel Dell G. W. Groves ,
James W , 8. Burnett.
Keg Crook Woostor Fay.
Knox E. A. Conslgny.
Layton 0. M. Bruco.
Lewis L. B. Cousins ,
Lincoln G. W. Woods.
Macedonia Wm. Tompkins.
Minden P. Ellorp.
Noola .T. A. Hamilton. 1 to
Norwalk N. W. MaUon.
Pleasant S. B. Trum.
Rockford Frank Johnson.
Silver Crook Not represented.
Volley A. MoKinnoy.
Washington Joroino Turner. H
Waveland Not roprosontod. GJ
York Not .
Before the commltoo reported John yo
Lindt offered a resolution instructing the yoMl
delegates to USD all honorable moans to secure
cure ! the nomination of Judge Rothrock for Ml .
supreme court. Carrieda few voting
no.Tho committee reported the following cit
delegates to the state convention. O on
. Manning , H. A. Browp , W. F. Sapp tin
. A. Consignoy. Judge Peako , Eli 01 y
, G. S. Lawson , W. W. Bilger , Vie ,
Keller , J. N. Baldwin , J. B. Blake , Phil h
Armour , H. B. Jack , T. J. Evans , J. O. 111
Stadtor , A. T. Flioklnger. JS. P. Brown , th
. B. Wilson , L. S. Axtel.
The following were selected as dele- ro
catoi to the congressional convention : ad
Fremont Benjamin , Phil. Annum , E. W.
Davis , T. J. JCvana , A. McKlnnoy , John
Lindt , S. B. Frum , L Kinnohon , , P.
Ellora , Jacob Sims , W. T. Wilcox , tbo
.lerorao Tumor , A. W. Askwith , B. W. to
Dight , J. A. Hoko , L. B. Comin , J. A. fro
Hamilton , E. J. Abbott , Robert Jones. du
The reports were adopted.
Eli Clayton introduced ttio following
county in convention assembled , being
dosirouH of securing the election of
publican in who
congressman this district ,
hereby declare that the choice of this At
convention for that position is Lieut.- :1 :
Governor 0. H. Manning , of Pottawat | wi
tamio county. Wo believe that he not )
only unites in himself all the elements
which ] will contribute to republican sue Be
coas in thii district , but the material BeTc
intoroslH of the diitriot will bo well and
faithfully represented and cared for by
him in the nutional congress.
Wo therefore proaont his name to the
people of this district BB our choice for
nomination , and request the people its
the district to ratify our choice at the
oongreaiiotial convention at Atlantic ou
lUth of August , aud bo it in
Kieolvod , That the delegates selected
said convention irom this be
to present the
name of Lieuten in
Governor Manning before that inmi
vention as a candidate and u o all honor It i
moans to eoouro his nomination.
The resolution was adopted unanimousui
Bud enthusiastically , and calls came hit
"Mannlnp , " ' Manning. "
While a committee was out after him . '
convention jnocoodod to select a Oh
county committee , the following being
Kane First precinct E. J. Abbott
second Jacob Simms ; third John
Lindtj fourth A. J. Hart.
Bolknap W. T. Wilcox.
Boomer Pete Peters.
Carson W. F. Piorco.
Center A. D Button ,
Crescent A , R. Prontiss.
Garnnr N. Gallup.
Grove J W. Connor.
Hardin D. N. Perry.
Hazel Doll-W. U. McGuinnots.
jJamcs John Young.
Keg Creek J. b. MoNay.
Knox J. A. Hake.
Laylon 0. M. Bunco.
Lewis L. B. Cousins.
Lincoln A. H. Chsso.
Macedonia T. J. Young.
Neola J. 4 , Hamilton.
Norwalk R. Graybill.
Pleasant J. E. Krum.
Rockford 0. Kolsoy.
Silver Crook G. A. Slovens.
Volley A. L. Fit Id.
Washington . ! . K. Annis.
Moroland Abel Gilford.
Wright-J B. Tyo.
York E. K. Harris.
Judge Thurston , of Omaha , chancing
to bo present , was called out amidst ap
plause , and put in a half-hour'a talk , en
tertaining the convention. Ho touched
upon the fact that there had boon eomo
distensions in the republican ranks hero ,
but notified the democrats not to take
any encouragement from thcso little
troubles , for the republicans like cats
yowling at night , and seeming to bo
chewing each other1 all up , were only
making moro cttb. The democrats were
predicting victory for their ticket. They
always hnlloood too quick. They were
like the Irishman , who thought it would
bo so funny to rub the bull's
nose in the dust , aud who after
getting thrown over the fence by the
bull remarked that it Was so fine that ho
had his laugh first. Judge Thurston also
imitated m a most laughable manner the
spopcli of a democratic orat < r , who in
trying to portray the wonderful character
of the democrat 10 nominee for president ,
not only forgot Cleveland's name , and
had to refer to notes , bur also in saying
that ho believed God would bo on that
side , had also to refer to his notes to remind
mind him of thonamo of the almighty.
There was much laughter , and hurrah ,
and on his retiring , Lieutenant Governor
Manning was called for. Ho appeared
and there was another outburst bf en
thusiasm. Ho spoke briefly , confining his
remarks simply to an expression of his
gratitude for the honor paid him , chooa
Ing his words well and fitting them nice
ly together. Ho touched upon the in
competency shown by the democratic
congress , and pointed to the evidence of
thia in this city , where there was only a v
hole waiting for a government building. >
Ho believed the democrats had loft that
hole to crawl into after Novem
ber , and ho hoped they
would pull the hole in after them.
Ho pledged hlmoolf to give his time and
ability to the success of the
party , whether fortune shall make him
ono of the standard boarora or not in
this district. At the close of his speech ,
and moro cheering , an adjournment was
After the adjournment of the conven
tion the county committee held a moot
ing , and chose Jacob Simn as chairman ,
and A. J. Hart , as secretary.
W. 1' . Fierce , of Coraon , was io tlio cit ;
A. W. Askwitb , of Walnut , spent yesterday' '
in the city.
James .Kirkwood 1ms loft on a visit t
Henry Wagner ycxtfnlay returned from
Postmaster Remington , of Noola , was in tha |
city yoBtorday. ,
lion. E , W. Davis , of Avoca , took in tin
KH Clayton , of Walnut , was hero yesterday
to the republican convention ,
J ) . A > Conalgnoy , of Avoca , came to th
convention of course yesterday.
J , Fred Myers , of Detrition , camu to th
city to attend the convention ycatordoy ,
J. J. Ste.idman , of tho'Nonpareil , has gen
his homo in Crcston to regain his health. 7
Frank Bhinn , the attorney from Carson ,
was talcing in the political situation here jcs
Miss May and Mattiu McClure , of Mt
I'lcusnnt , arev inttlng their friend , Miss Idt
A. T. Coxof the Oakland Acorn , was
among the wUconio calltra at TIIK BKB office
Will II. Kent , formerly with TIIK BKB
Mrived huro from Kansas City , whore bo ha
boon visiting his sister.
Fremont Benjamin , of Avoca , v\us in tin
city yesterday , and ordeml TUB BFE placed
file at the lilalno and Lopan beadqunrtei
Wm. Maloney yesterday received uord
that hia father is lying very ill nt his homo it
Illinoif , IIo started ooht at once on receipt o
Mark Duryoe , the manager of the Ogden ,
returned yesterday with bis wife from Color
, where they have been on a trip of about
tuoweokn , 01
D J , E. Hutching , foreman of construction at
new stock yard * in Omaha , was brought 12
his home in this city on Thursday BUlTuring 16 26
from the effect ) ! of n sunstroke received tun to
days or so ago , 12U
W. 12. Davle , who was named In the tota 25Kl
graphic columns josterday as having beer Lo
apjKiinted assistant general paati-ngcr agent ol Id
Chicago A ( .Grnnd Trunk' with head Co 10
ijiiarti-rH at Glilaigo , is the eamo gentluman 10 &
was formerly tlio agent of the Sioux City IVI
this ptint. Ilia many friends hero will III Date
gladly learn tlmt hois climbing up thu ladder toAll
rapidly , All
A fresh shipment of cheroots just in.
Dost in the city D cent. each. Opera
House Cigar Storo. PO
MoxliiK nt die V. M , O. A , ow
The Watchman , which is the ollioial
organ of the Y. M. 0 , A. , at Chicago , in
last issue contain ! the folio wing in its
question drawer ;
Q. Should boxing gloves bo allowed
our Association gymnasium ?
A. Wo think not. While it is a
exercise , yet it looks rough , and
a majority of caies causes ilf fooling
often worse , If they are allowed
should bo in private room with a
competent instructor , and no spectators , A
Unless : so guarded they should bo pro
Nothing in town boats the 5 cent Oi
Cheroot , at the opera house cigar store. kill ouru :
- - - -
Best and Mokt Ilcllable.
HALLBTT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
Endoroetl b ; PKAVZ Lurr.
UntlviJIcd for Tone or Finish ,
n et Modern 1'ricotoUiu.
The KimliMl Orrnn. no long and favorably known In tha west , recommend * Itself ,
J. L. HTKWAKT , Solo Agent for above linen of Gooda , Warerooms , 82i ) Broadway ,
Council Jlluflfi , Iowa. Corriapondenco Solicited. Agents Wanted.
I DeVO & WRIGHT ,
I Haitae , Cnttery , Tinners' ' Stoct , Etc.
H-Btccal attention bymall.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IA.
A room papered entirely with litho
graphs of celebrated men and women is
a novelty which Schmidt & llarb , the
popular barbers , 720 Broadway , invite
the public to call and see.
The Dos Homes Register's investigat
ing committee reports as follows : Daven
port "mum" is being shipped into Dos
Moines. It is labelled ' 'mum , " and is
said to bo used for medicinal and uili-
nary purpoica , and , in fact , that , is printed
od on the label. It dooa not look aa in
nocent in the bottle as Cnlfnx water.
Try May Queen Opera House.
NOTICE. l SpceUl a Tcrtbcmenta , euo M Lost ,
round , To Lota , For Ealo , To Hcnt , Wanta , Board-
fci ; , ota , will bo Inserted In this column at tbo tow
nto of TEN CKNT3 PER LIKE far the Dirt Ineortlon
and FIVi : CENTS PER LINE for each nibeoqucnt n-
portion. IXIOTO adrertltomoDta at our offloe , No ,
Pearl Street , near Broadvrav
T7 < OIl SALE Ur rcsMenos , corner 7th a\onua and
-T 10th etroec. If taken soon will cell for (2,003
tolowralue. Will alio toll furniture , caip U , &c. ,
all or in port. It not sold at once will rent promises
sea , with house tumlthod or unfurnished , at
moderate rent. Any one thinking of making
their homo lo Council IluHn will do well to Investi
gate this offer. It la the bait bargain ever offered
m the city. M A. UPTON. ,
LOST Lap robe , Sunday morning : between Her-
dlo barn and packing hnuse. Suitable reward
lor return of lame to ihit oBlce , Council Cluda.
WANTED A good turber , will good wagoa.
tteady job. Harmon & Carlton , Mluouri
Valley ; , Iowa.
c \LD PAPERS For tale at Bu offloo , at SS oenta
\f a hundred.
tTT ANTED Every body to Council Blnffi to takn
VV TniBxx. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
cents a week.
TpOn SALK C1IKAP. OooJ boarding house , wloon
X ? and billiard hall. Tine butloesa. AddrecaK.
DHB office , Council Bluffa.
A GENTS Ladles and gentlemen can make first
-Volasa wages by eellint ; the "Champion Bosom
Streothor and roalne Board. * Retails at tl.OC.
Any lady con do up a one shirt without a wrlnkia
and gloaa it M nloelyaa the best laundries can. Addrcee
for putlcuUn C. B. 8. i L Co. , Bni , office , Counci
Railway Time Table.
Tha following are the times of the arrival and de-
nuturo of trains by oontnl standard time , at the
local ' depots. Trains leave transfer depot ton mln-
ILCS culler and arrive ten minutes later.
cmaoo , nnwauoros AMD QDISOT.
CS5 p m ChloagaEzprtM. 9:09 : a m
0:40 : a m Fait Mall. 7:00 p n >
CIS a m I'ilall and Express , 7 : ' J p m
12 50 p m Aooommodatlon. i. 0 p m
"At local depot only.
BixsjLS orrr. r , JDI AHD ooosnL twm.
10:05 : a m | Uall and Express , 7:06 : p m
8:00 : p m Pacific Express , 6:60 : p m
cmaoo , ttftWAUKn ASD n. rAUL.
C:25 : p m Express , 0:06 a m
6C : a m Express , flJ5 : p m
CHICAOO , HOCK ISLAND ASD rACrflO.
C:80 : p m Atluitlo Exprew , 0:06 : a m
0.25 a m Day Express , 6:61 : p m
1:30 a m * Des Uolnes Accommodation,1) ) O.OC p m
"At local depot only.
WABAHIl , BT. LOUIS ABO MCIT10.
1:20 : a m Mall , 3.05 p m
6:10 : pm Acoommodaton 3CO am
cmoAoo and KOBrmnuTUir.
630 p m Exprees , 8:60 : p m
8:25 : a in Podlta Express 9:05 : a m
Bicnx cm AUD rAcmo.
7:10 : p m St. Paul Express , 6:60 : a m
, 0am Day Express 0Wpm :
80 p m Western Express , 8J5 : a m
11:00 : o m racrflo Express , IM p m
7:40am : Local , Exprtsa , 0M m
12:10 : a m Lincoln Express ,
At Tranifer only.
BOUT TSA0B T001UDA.
Leave 7.-20-8EO-0:30-10.30-lliOo. : : m. 130-2:3 :
8:50-lJO-6-SO-flSO-llK)5 : : : p. m SunOoy 0.80-11:40
a.m. 130 8:306:30SO11:05 : : : p. ta. ArtlvelO mln
to bofure loavmR tlmn
GASH TALKS !
At tbo troll-known Establishment
J. P. FILBERT ,
SOU Upper Broadway , the
PIONEER GASH I
Council BIuSs , Notloo our reduoea Prleo List.
poundi Extra O Sugar for . . . fl 00
pounds Granulated Sugar . . . . . . . . 00
poundi Choice Oatmeal . 00
pounds Navy Boons . . . . . . . . 00
pounds IVtt Bulk Starch . DO
pounds Carolina Rico , . . . . . . . . 00
pounds Choice l'run s . JOO
bar * Buffalo Soap . 00
Kxtra Lake Trout , per pound. , . 09
Loniliard'iFhigporib. , . . . * 0
dozen Mackerel . . . . . IS
Colorado Flour , Winter , p r owt . . . 200
tOpOUUdjdlnycrBoapd , , , , , . , . . , . 1 00
Opoundsh uilby . , . . . 1 00
&gallonkrg Syrup . . . . . . . 1 70 M
.iwr. . . . . 80 UJ
Mackerel , ocrklt . , . 10
Dates , per pound . , . 10
8 pound uini Standard Tomatoes . 1 00
kinds California Fruit * .
pound Iiiisk'i Stoadard 4 for . 1 00
T. T. T.
All cradoi , aooordlnj to quality , 16o to SOo per
Wo alna carry a full line of Men's , Ladles' and
ChUdreu'a flno Shoos ami UeoV Fine Boot * at very
prices. Also full lluo 01 Tiav re and general
rchandbo. Call on tu oiid bs ooavinccd thai you
HVU money Ky daillntr with u > . CJooJj delivered
o Inauy part of the city.
a a word , we an bound to sell and challenge aU
aolo ooumtlttoa tn thli oouutv.
J. P FltllKHTI
2t > 4 u .01 Uroadtray
IACOB BlktS. E. P. OAD > YELL
COUNCIL BLUrFS , IOWA
Offlce , Mala Street. Koout 1 aud 8 Shanii * Uo-
faUon'i UJoolr , WUJ practlo * In gtU Mid F dw l
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! !
For puroriver Ice pntrottio the bluowagons < a.
tfactlon ( ruarantccd Ixn\o orders at No. li South
Telephone Mo , 84
MUL1IOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
FOU HAI.K Two largo lot ) with three raUcx
house ) , and alt lmproicmcn',8 , bringing inontul
rcnUlof ? 2J. I'rlcof 1,500.
Addrees I * , DXK Office
J.K. TATK. WAnnEN WHITE
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schugart'g Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Justice of the Peace ,
Omaha and Council BInffr.
Real cstato collection agency , Odd Fellows Block
jvcr Saringa Bonk.
rnos. omen , 11. u. rimrr.
OFFICER & PUSEY
Conndl BluBi ' . la.
Established - - 1856
Dealers hi Foreign and omestlo Exchanca an
THE INVflLID'S GREAT BOON !
These waters come In a large , pure stream , flow
Ing from Nature's fountain and touched by the bant
of the Master ChomUt. In a laboratory not made will
hands , for the euro of Hhounntlim , scrofula , Ulcers ,
Catirrh , all Blood and Skin Diseases , Dtepapsla ,
Lh r Complaints , Kidney and Bladder Diseases ,
Gout , Neuralgia and Asthma And tboy are now a&
know lodged to bo a most wonderful specific for a !
f rms cf Female Derangements and Central 1)
llllty where a tonlo treatment is desirable.
Hundreds of gratefni people who came to th
Springs on crutches and stretchers and wcntawa
cured , many of thorn M < apirg-and praising Oed ,
will testify to the hcalin ? properties of these waters. .
"rinsic TO TIM rees I ' IKT NATOBB mu , TOU. "
REV. U. U. THOMPSON , Manager.
Albany , SUoam Springs , .Gentry Co. , Mo.
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .89 Pearl Street - Council Bluffs , owa.
As there ro many
So-Called Veterinary Surgeons
In this city , who are practicing their quackery or
our people , I deem It but justice to lay that I del )
any of them to produce A diploma , or credential
ndlcatlng that they are giaduatea of any votortnarr
nstltute , and I do hereby caution the pubUa again * '
tuoti ijuacks , ai
I am the Only Known Gradual
IN WESTEKN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , 126 B'dway
AT BLUB ilAUN.
T. J. CADYM.D.V.S.
OFFICE OVER Ail Kill CAN EXPKBSS.
OUNCILBLUFFg. IOW A
MB , HJ , Hilton , M n , .
PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON ,
222 Mlddlo Bro 4v y. Council Blnfli.
R , Rice M , D ,
DANGERS or other tumors removed without tbi
, knlfa or drawing o blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES " * <
Oter hlrty years practical eiptrleno * OfotNi
I'ear trett , Council Bluffs
THE KA1MOM )
Baby Jumper !
224 A ; 220 Broadway , TV
COUNCIL BLUFFfl ,
H.H. HOKNE & CO. .
_ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make a specialty , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA
YAItA CIGARS. All Oigara sold by ua are of oar own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE OIOAR HOUSE , ' I D52 Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE & CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
SMITU & TOLIiKIC ,
' " 5 , LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Mala street ,
COUNCIL BLWPPS , IOWA.
LAHGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa nud Nobraalta , and sold fnr the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , lown.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICTMannfacturer.
ASADY , ORGUTT & FRENCH
nrtalns , in lace , fl'tc , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clownsjfitattlnga , UnolenmBEtc
hoicest and Best Selected STOOK in the WEST ,
[ omo and bo convinced that wo tire headquarters for all goods in our line ,
lipapest place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the
C'ty. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies. .
Nos. 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 Clasa Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Bates to Regular Boarders.
ALL TRIMMED HATS
MRS. S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Street , Cbuncil Bluffe.
The remaining HATS 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. CotmoU Bluffs. /
Furniture and appointments oil new. Noa. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Blot ?
MRS. J. J. GOOD.
Waves three inch part 65c , Coqnetts lOo each , Switches
$ ltozO each , Hair ornaments given with every pnr-
ohase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended to.
Waves made of Ladies' comhings at 50c per inoh ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J , GOOD 29 Main Stree
- EVERYTHING / IJIBTCLABS. -
NOB. 817 and 819 S. Main St. . COUNCIL BLUFFri
DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Electrlo Belt 3 tbo rnlh Juno by u * .
Agents Wanted !
r.cferenccs Any o tbo bualno bouaoi to Council liluOa. JUDD & 8UITII Proprieton.
ai9 BROADWAY . - COUNCIL BLUFFS
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Metalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELKGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
3NTo. XQ KT 3VOC , lxi. tat. .
504 Main Street , - Council Bluffs.
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS
SAMPLE CABES a specialty. Slims 1 , Tourist , and Trunk Straps.
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Execu te < J
HATSCAPS BUOKGLOVES ,
nd 344 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA ,
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