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, LAILY BEE-OOUNCIL BLUFFS WEDNESDAY , AUGUST 13 11884 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Wednesday Morning AngnstlS ,
Pr Carrier . so oenf per week
" lr jcar
Ko. 7 Pearl fitroot , Near Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
Sco J. Rotter's Bummer goods.
The city seems to bo having Blow work
disposing of its steamers.
Some big shipment * of heavy farming
Implements are being made.
F. A. Soars says that now boy of his
shouts for Blaine and not for Cleveland ,
The Wnbash passenger train now ar
rives at 4:15 : p. m. , an hour later than
The ngod bag-pipo player , who lost a
In the city again.
J. L. Ilatkin has moved from Broad-
way to No. 019 Main street , where ho
will continue in the produce business.
Loon Lozior ought to have taken off his
shirt when ho run with Hamilton at the
lair grounds. Ho wouldn't have been
beaten so badly.
Samuel Woirich , who has boon very
ill for aomo time , was reported yesterday
as being rapidly sinking , with little pros
pect of recovery.
Work is progressing well on the nddi-
tional buildings at the institute for the
deaf and dumb. The coming session
Trill open September 10.
J. E. Kilfoathor , who was arrested for
hitting Henry Spotman Jr. with a chair ,
and who jumped his bail , has been caught
The street crossings nro in a horrible
shape , at least they are supposed to bo.
Most of them are out of sight and their
condition must bo that of the lost.
The infant son of W. S. and Annlo
Cooper died at 0:30 : Monday evening of
cholera infantum. The funeral took
place from Mrs. McGoo's , on Woodbury
avenue , yesterday afternoon.
The bootblack who , fell down in the
park Monday in a sort of spasm , was still
at the police headquarters yesterday and
scorned to bo recovering his strength , so
that no danger is apprehended.
A time table has boon prepared for the
Btroot cars to run by , but it is evident
that the drivers and conductors haven't
boon furnished with copies of it yet ,
judging from the irregularity of the trips.
Oaptnin Carver .and a band of his
Indians , who took part in the "Wild
"West" show , returned yesterday from tlio
east over the Northwestern and were
taken to Sioux Oily , which is near their
The newspaper fiend used up a column
yesterday about an accident on the
Btroot car track which did not happen ,
but then it wns n wet day. If a real
accident had happened , what would the
fiend have done ?
The case of Mrs. Juhn Morgol against
Mr. Doorfllngor , in which aho claims
$5,000 damages bncauso ho sold her hua-
band boor , was called in the superior
court yesterday , and continued until the
The Main street car on Its forenoon
trips has no bolls or other signal to at
tract the attention of passers-by , or those
waiting to take the car. In the afternoon -
noon , however , the teams have sleigh-
bells enough to do for a carnival.
It is said that ono of the troubles in
disposing of the city bonds is that promi
nent parties nero , who are opposed to
the present elty administration , wrote to
Now York bankers with whom they are
acquainted , tolling them that the bonds
ivoro not legal.
A. M. Wood , who is with Taylor &
Ehnniff , got up the other night to got
Bomo medicine from n cupboard for a
aick baby , and in reaching for it a bottle
of carbolic acid was tipped over and some
iBpllled on his fuco burning It badly , cs-
Socially about ono oyo.
Shorill Dan Fsrroll was here yesterday ,
Ho had just rocolved a letter from
Sheriff McOord , who was allot by the
desperado Ilsyuolds at Marslmlltown.
McOord writes that ho la able to walk
about some , and there is every reason to
believe that ho will recover. This Trill
probably save Reynolds' nock , fur it WAS
openly and firmly declared that in tbo
event of McCord'a death Reynolds would
Charles nickson , a farmer boy , who
lias been lying in jail on a charge of as
sault with intent to commit murder , wan
brought before Judge Aylosworth yester
day on a writ of habeas corpus. It ap
peared that the row was a general ono ,
nnd that youtig nickson waa not so much
to blame for hitting another fellow with
a club. The judge remanded him to jail
with instructions to have an information
filed charging simple lufiault , to which
charge Iliohson will plead guilty.
When the city council put up ? l00 ! in
cash for Mayor Ynughan to go to New
York , it was generally auppoecd ho was
going there to sell bonds , but from hfa
success in getting intorviowud by ( ho
Herald reporter. It aoema to bu more of
a democratic.mission. In tlio course of
his bombastic talk about Iowa going dem
ocratic , ho is reported a laying : "In my
city of Council Bluflis , nut of a population
of 3'J,0001 do not believe Cfty German
votes will no to Blainc. " Kveu in
"Vaughan's $250 write up in the Tinica ,
liiapenny a line placed the population at
25,000 , and lu fuilel to uy the city be.
1 gelt. .
SHARP SCHEMING ,
A Fellow by Raising Notes Gathers
in a Roll ,
Ho Gets Auriy With tlio Plunder.
Ono day last week n man appeared In
this vicinity pretending to Bollinp nursery
slock from Rochester , N. Y. His state
ment was that ho was not a salaried
agent , but was buying the stock nnd soil
ing It , for his own profit , awd thus con-
troling the territory. Ho effected nt
least two salon , ono to Mr. Spol Miller
and Uio other to Mr. Bokompor , both
living outside the city. The sale to ono
amounted to § 2 and the other $3 , nnd ho
took notes for thoao iimall amounts , pay
able In the fall. The notes were In the
foim of printed blanks , which ho had
filled out , and the men had signed. Af
terwards it Boomed that ho added two
clphora to the $2 in ono case , and to the
83 in the other case , nnd wrote the word
"hundred" in between the written
"Two" and the printed "Dollars , " there
being plenty of space on the dotted line ,
and no dash of the pen to prevent. In
this way ho raised the notes from 82 nnd
§ 3 to § 200 nnd § 300. On Saturday ho
called on Mr. J. W. Rodofor , who is in
tlio brokerage business , nnd wanted to
soil the notes. Mr. Ilodoforj with his
usual precaution , took the pains to inquire -
quire as to the credit of the parties , the
genuineness ' of the signatures , nnd being
satisfied by the information which ho
thus gained of responsible parties , who
were posted in regard to the standing ,
nnd familiar with the oigna-
turcs of the parties , ho entered
into negotiations with the nursery-man
for the purchase of the notes at a dis
count. Ho paid the follow only a portion
tion of the amount agreed upon , the
seller to come in yesterday nnd got the
roat. In the meantime Mr. Rodofor
Bent notlco to Mr. Miller and to Mr.
Bokompor that ho had their notes , des
cribing them , nnd that if they desired to
pay them before duo ho would make n
reasonable discount. This called out the
denial of those men that they had signed
notes to any such amount , nnd the gnmo
became clear. The followhad not shown
up for the balance of the
money , and as nearly aa could bo ascer
tained ho took the train Sunday for
Chicago , and has doubtless ere this put a
sufficient number of miles between him
self and Council Bluffs to render any
further search for him useless. The
follow gave his name as Thayer , but
prodably has other alias , so thnt oven
this gives little or no clue by which to
follow him up. It seems almost useless
to repeat the old advice to beware of
signing nny sort of papers presented by
strangers , for the advice seems to bo un
heeded , oven by those who ought to hood
_ _ _ _
THE PUBLIC LTBRAET ,
The Trustees Pay n Tribute to the
llov. Cyrus Hiunlln.
At the mooting of the trdatoos of the
public library laat evening , the following
resolutions wore unanimously adopted :
WHKUISAH , The Rev. Cyrus Hamlln
baa resigned hio position as a member of
this board , therefore bo it ,
Resolved , TJiat wo ttka leave of the
llov. Cyrus Hamlin with sincere rogrot.
Ho has at all times discharged his duties
with zeal , intelligence and fidelity. A
man of extensive reading and broad cul
ture , ho brought all his fine taste nnd ac
curate knowledge of currant literature to
the work of arranging , classifying and
selecting books for our aholvoa and the
people of our city ewe him a debt of
gratitude for his earnest devotion to their
interests as trustee of the Free Public
Ilosolvod , That our personal inter
course with Mr. Hamlln had boon at all
times ploasaut and harmonious. Wo sin
cerely regret his removal from the city
and wo extend to him our earnest wishes
or his tuturo welfare.
Ilosolvod , That copies of thcso roaolu
tious bo furnished the papers for publica
tion , and a copy sent to Mr. Ilamliu.
The follow was tlio monthly report of
the librarian :
Nn. of book Inkers . l,16fl
NH. of vInitxirH . 2,12a
NO. OF 1IOOKH TAKKN.
Philosophy . ( ! (
Tlivoliiuy . U
Natural Hcicnco . fit
Poetry and l''tiayH .
HUtnrynml biography . . . . . . ; > ( i !
Travels . 85
Tlio Circuit Court.
The Auguat term of the circuit courl
opona next Monday. There are 22
casoa on the docket , of which 21 are di
vorce cases. The following is the list ol
petit jurors and the postoflico address :
II. G. Ubllngor , Council Bluffs.
W. II. Brown , Council Blull's.
B. Stahl " "
Cyrus True , Avoca.
A. Uitter , " '
J. II. Love , " "
B. T. Oonnora , "
Samuel Vrico , "
Charles Moron " '
John Short , " "
Uoorgo W. Putnam , Wheeler's Grove
James Osier. " "
James Flynii , Nnola.
D. W. BorutY , Macedonia.
John Tliomna , Orescent City.
S. B. McNuy , Council Blull'j.
M. J. Cheney , Taylor Station.
K. A. Stoupfel , Council Blulla.
Thomas Juirorson , Hancock.
W. G. Bone , Hancock.
T. B. Miucy , Council Bluffs.
Cheater M. Clark , Klliot.
John Htulir , Mindon.
i * The
Superintendent Miithows 1ms filed
with the county treasurer the followin
report of the Institute fund and of th
normal inetltuto just closed :
Teachers enrolled , fiOO ; on hand a
last report , $758.15 ; examination foes ro
cclvod and paid to tiuaauror , $231.00 ; rcg
istrution foi'n rocoivcd and paid trea ;
uror , § 200 00 ; state appropriation , § 50.
00 ; total 81.212 15 : puld instructors mu
lecturers , § 500.00 ; ' ineidental expenses
8128.iO ; ; total , § 1528 UOj balauoo of fun
unexpended , fOlD.BS.
It will bo BOOH that the fund is aninllc
than at thu clooo of the normal last year
or at thu linio of thu report , but to in
elude the foes for examination of tone !
rrs , the report of w hich will bo mudo n
thocloso of this month , will bring th
amount up to about thu tainu , and at th
time of next normal the amount wi
probably reach 81,000.
This fund is eupportid entirely by th
egistration and examination fees paid
y teachers and apoaks well for their at-
endanco at the county normals.
THINJ THEY HAVE HIM ,
The Omnha Olllcors Here Alter Muro
1'olntcrfl About John FhllllppH.
Yesterday Marshal Cummings and
Cflpt. Donahuo of Omaha , wore on this
ido of the river interviewing the police
fllcors , in regard to a man whom they
ad arrested on that side of the river ,
nd whom they suppoaod to bo John
hilllps , who ia wonted for rape
n Hazel Doll township , and
or whoso capture a § 100 reword was
fibred. From what they could learn
ioro they became pretty well satisfied
liat the man they have is the man want-
d. The aliened victim of Phillips' lust
was a little Swede girl , and great indlg-
otion exists in the community where the
rime was committed.
TlioreVA Mann" from Hamburg , at the
'gdon ' ,
1) . W. Blnnchard , of Dnbnqiio , stnto oil in
lector , WAS at Ik'chtclo's yesterday.
Simon JJiroman has returned from Now
fork where ho has been purchasing goods.
S. W. Ferguson leaves to-day for Missouri ,
icn to Kansas and on to Now Mexico , to bo
jseiit until September 1 ,
J. W. Berger , with hh daughters Misses
ll.i and Lillian , and Miss Ilnttlo Gardiner ,
ro off for n tow weeks rest nnd recreation at
plrit Lake ,
Congressman Hepburn WAS hero yesterday ,
assiug through the city In the morning , for
cross the river , intending to return to spend
ast night hcie.
H , K. Love , of DCS Moincs , clerk of the
Jnitcd States courts , arrived hero yesterday ,
ailed hither by the death of Marshall Key ,
vho was his deputy ,
Colonel John Donovan , of St. Joseph , Mo. .
ho was a most intimate friend of the Into
laruball Key , has arrived hero , and will ac
ompany the remains to Chicago.
Ira W. Marshall , representing- Y. M , C.
. Watchman , is In the city , Tlio paper ho
cprescnts is ono of the l > est religious journals
n the land , and especially valuable to those
utorosted In Y. M. C. A. work.
Mr. Orcutt and Mr. French , of Casndy ,
'rcutt ' & French , started for Now York yes-
onlay intending to bo gene until September
Mr. French has a brother living in New
fork city , and besides having a chance to
iait him , tlio tourists will make selections
nd carpets for their great carpet house ,
Harry Hunter has BO far regained bis
calth aa to bo able to resume his duties as
Ity editor of the Nonpareil , and his many
riends gladly welcome him back. C. J. Best ,
ho has performed thu duties during lib nb-
enco , will remain temporarily at least , and
seist Mr. Hunter , whoso strength is not yet
County Supervisor Rishton was in the city
esterday. Ifo has recently returned from
limiosotn whcro his wife is now trying that
limnto for her health. He bays she Is gain-
tig Homewhat. His brother's wife , Mrs.
nines Itinhton , and her little baby boy , nro
i very sick , the little babe , about four
1'uiitlin old , not being expected to Hvo.
Itcnl Estate Transfers.
The following transfers were filed in
! io county clerk's oflico yesterday and
oportod for THE BKE by P. J. McMa-
F. C. Hoist to Pottawattamio county ,
art DO qr , sw qr , 3f , 75 , 41. 83i5.
Jwmos O. Rhodes to James Wilkinson ,
hf no qr , and part w hf no qr , 14 , 74 ,
0. 84,800. 1
James E. Calvin to 'A. 0. Strong , part
o qr , 12 , 75 , 40. § 300.
A Frcderickaon to Peter 0. Hanson ,
art nw qr , no qr , 1C , 77 , 39. § 105.
Emerson Losh to Carl Roohl , part so
jr , no qr and s hf aw qr , 2 , 74 , 40.
Emerson Losh to Carl Boohl. part no
nw qr , 12 , 75 , 40. § 200.
John 0. Stewart to Win. Slodonhopf ,
ot 9 , block 19. Galcsburg add. § 20.
Total Bales § 8,400.
ObHciiulcH of Mr. Koy.
The funeral services of the late Mar-
hal Key , will bo hold at the family rosi-
lonco on Seventh street , at 3 o'clock ,
t will bo uudor the aunpicoa of the
tlasonic fraternity , assisted bv the
loyal Arcanum The religious services
vill bo conducted by llov. T. J. Maokay ,
rector of St. Paul's church. The re-
iiains will bo taken to Chicago , over the
J. B. & Q. rood , and buried there on
JlOJ'H II ] UlllO.
To-night the Hoys in Blue are to hold
an important mooting in the court house ,
d Isjitdoaircd that every member shouk
bu present , without fail. Among the
nmttoni to bo considered to-niqht is the
question of a uniform for cumiwign pur
Attention , Itoyal Arcnmini ,
Momb era of Fidelity council No. 150
Royal Arcanum are requested to moot ii ;
noaombly rooms , Wednesday , August 13
ut 2 p. m , to attend thu funeral service
of Bro. Marshall Koy. By order of tin
CODNC1I. 1ILUKKH MAUKET.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA , August 12,188I.
Wheat No. 1 iiillliujr , 76@80 ; No. 3 05 ®
70 ; rejected GO.
Corn Local purpose , -JO ® 15.
Onto For local purposes , 'M@ 10.
Hny-510 00@12 00 per ton ; baled , W@IX )
Corn Meal 1SO per 100 poutula.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yards , 0 00 ®
1 vl )
Coal Dollvorod , hard , 11 BO nor ton : soft
0 00 per ton
Laril 1'nlrbauk'e , wholesaling at 9a
Flour City Hour , 1 f.0@3 'M ,
Uroouig 21 > 5@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher cowd 3500100 , Butchoi
etcnrH , noiui In market.
" -t.r : > o.
I'llODUOK AND VKCITS.
Quotations by J. M. St. John & Co , , corn
mUuIon morclmuts , r3S Broadway ,
. , or .11tny I < tvoolllIOI" , , ) ' > 7c > 'I'ri"K chickens
2 f3 CO per doz , ; Hvo turkoya , Do.
IVachca-A bu . b x , 1 00.
1.0M1UIU ( i 00 jmr box ,
lianuinu 2 OJ3 ( 00 per bunch.
IJutterCroainoiy , 20cj rolls , choice 0@10o
J-KK" i l per dozen.
Vegetable * 1'oUtoen , 1 fi0 2 00 jx r bbl
onlona , 7ftiiM < rbui c bbapor > 0o | Ksr dorntlni ; ;
npplon , 1-3 bu box , fOc. cholco iwr bbl 3 Sflfe
I OOj boauf , 1 50@L',25 | > or liuahel.
Live and dressed sprint ; chickens
Oasoy's moat mRrkct , 514 Broadway ,
Best and Host ItolltUo ,
IIALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
Endorsed lij FRA.tz I.iszr.
Unrhnllixl ( or Tone or Finish ,
Best Modern I'rlco to liny.
The KimLnll nriran , eo long and favorably known In the west , rncommomls Itsolf.
J. L. STUWAHT , Sola Agent for above lines of Goods. Warerooms , 320 Broadway ,
Council Uluiln , Iowa , Correspondence Solicited. Agents Wanted.
DeVOL & WRIGHT ,
flntlprv TinpiV tnnfr Ftp
, ulllluljf , olIM , Lib ,
fararcc.1 attention by mall.
QOUMCiL BLUFFS I A.
The exposure of the candy schema in
yesterday morning's BKS caused the
chief of police to issue an order forbid
ding the soiling of it any more.
AJDnkotA | Bank Cloned ,
HfnoN' , Dakotn , Augmt 12. The tinso-
cured liabilities of the bank of Huron , which
innilo an assignment yesterday , Is understood
to bo about $8,000 , mostly to depositors. The
assets cannot ho learned. There nro $2,000 In
tliii a.-ifo. Thu cnuso h said to bo the unbnsi >
ncfls-liko manner in which loons were mndo.
The deposits made yesterday have nil boon
returned to the dopostore. !
A Hot Day in London.
LONDON' , AuRiist 12. Tlio hont yesterday in
London sent the mercury up to 02 Farenhiot.
It wftf tlio most intense experienced in twenty
years. Work was partially suspended , and n
number of cases of sunstroke resulted.
NOTICE. Special a vcrttsemonts , sue at tiost ,
Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent , Wants , Board
Ing , etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at the low
rate ot TEN CENTS PER LINE for the flrst Insertion
and FIVE CENTS FER LINE for each subsequent n-
tortlon. Lear * advertisements at our offloo , No.
Pearl Street , nur Braadwav
F Oil SALE Uy residence , corner 7th avenue and
10th street If taken soon will ecll for 92,000
below value. Will nlio tell furniture , carpets , &c. ,
all or In part. If not eold at once will rent promi
ses , with houio furnished or unfurnished , at
moderate rent. Any ono thinking of making
their homo In Council Bluffs will do well to imcetl-
gate this offer. It la the beet bargain ever offered
in the city. JI A. UPTON.
T 03T Lap robe , Sunday morning between Her-
JLJ dlo barn and packing house. Suitable reward
for return of tame to e K olllce , Council Bluffs.
WANTED A good barber , will good wages ,
steady job. Harmon & Carlton , Missouri
Valley , Iowa.
( - \LD PAPERS For sale at Bus office , at 25 cents
TITANTED E\cry body m Council Bluffs to take
W TUKBin. Dellicred by carrier at only twenty
cents A week.
FOR SALE CHEAP. Good boarding house , saloon
and billiard hall. Fine business. Address K.
BKH olllce , Council Bluffs.
GENTS Ladles and gentlemen can make flrst
cliss wages by Bellini ; the "Champion Bosom
fitrcctlicr nnd ronlne Board. " Retails at fl.OO.
Any lady can do ui > a line shirt without a wrlnkls
and glotu It ag nicely as the beat laundries can. Addreso
or particulars 0. B. S. & I. Co. , Bun , office , Councl
Railway Time Table.
The following are the times of the arrival and do-
arturo of trains by central standard time , at the
ocal depots. Trains leave transfer depot ten mill-
u.ca earlier and arrive ten minutes later.
CHIUOO , BUtUNOrON AUD QDlSCr.
6:35 : p m Cldcago Express 0:00 : a m
0:40 : a m Fast Mall. 7:00 : p n >
i:45 : a in I'Mall and Express , 7'.1 ] p m
.2:20 : p m Accommodation. 2:40 : p m
At local depot only.
KANSAS CITT , ST. JOH AND COUNCIL IMJ7PS.
0:051. : m Mall and Express , 7:05 : p m
8:06 : pm Paclflc Express , 6:60 : pm
CUIOAOO , UU.WAUKHD AKD 8T. PAUL.
6:25 : p m Express , 9:05 a m
8:16 : a m Express , 0:65 : p m
cnicioo , rtocx ISLAND AND FACITJC.
6:20 : p m Atlantic Express , 0:06 : a m
0:26 : a m Daj Express , 0:64 : p m
7:20 a m * Des Molnos Aooomrnodttlon , 0:05 : p m
At local depot only.
WABASII , ST. UDI8 AND FACIPIO.
1:20 : m Mall , 3:06 : p m
6:10 : p m AccotnmodaL on D:00 : a m
At Transfer only
CUIOAOO and ( IOHTIIWBHIKBN ,
6:30 : p m Express , 0:60 : p m
9:26 : a m 1'ttclflo Express fc06 a m
SIOUX CITY AND PACIFIC.
7:40 : p m St. Paul Express , 8:60 : a m
7,20 , a in Day Express 0:60 : p m
8:00 : p m Western Express , 6:35 : a m
11:00 : m 1'aciflo Express , 4:40 p m
7:40 a ui Local Hipress , 0:54 : a m
12:10 : a ui Lincoln Expresa ,
At Tranifor only.
DOHMT TRAINS 70 OlMIU.
Lo&vo-7:20-8SO-0SO-10:30-ll:40a. : : : : : m. 1:80-2:3 : :
3:30-4:80-6:30-0:30-11:05 : : : : p. in Sunday 0SO-rlilO :
a.m. l:30 : 8.30-6:30-4)SO-llOJ : ) : : p. m. Arilvo 10 mln
te before leavlnc tlmn
A.t the well-lmown Establishineat
J. P. FILBERT ,
2M ( Upper Broadway , the
01 Council Ulufla. Notloo our reduced I'rlc * Wet.
IB poundi Extra 0 Suenr ( or 91 00
12poundsUranulatctl Sugar I 00
26 pound * Cholcu Oatmeal . ,100
! 5 pound * Nivy Itoitn ) 100
20 pounds l-Bt ! Hulk Htnrch 1 00
12 | w > und Carolina Ulco 1 00
12 pounds Choice i'ruiKB 1JOO
28 barn Buffalo Soap 1 00
Kitra Lake Trout , jior jiourJ 119
I.crrilmnl'ii I'liiK | > or lb 40
1 dozen Mackertl 1'
Colorado Flour , Winter , foi cwt. , , . . S DO
10 ( > oumU Ginger BiutiMi I 00
40 pounds h > mloy 100
6 gallon hcf Hyiuii 1 70
WhltuFUh , | iorkll M
Uackori'l , iwrklt 10
Datue , i ir pound 10
103 poumlriuiBSUiulanlToniatoitJ 1 IK >
All kliidii CalKornU rtulia
] > auud Lu k' SUndaril 4 ( or 1 00
T. T. T.
All grades , accorilluK to quality , ISO to Boo jwr
Wo alto curry a lull line ol llon'i , radios' anil
Children's line Shoe * and Ucn' Flno Hoots at > ry
ow [ irloiw. AUoa full lUio 01 Tluwuru and 'eiiTiil
rvluudUu. Call ri us and bo coatlnovd tlul you
w > o inonoy dealing with ui. OooJo dollvcieil
u In any part of the city ,
u auord , wo art bound to tell and challenge ad
aolo couuHjtltlou lu tills onuuiv.
J , 1 * Kir.UKIVT1
SU < ) u , , i < r Broadway
JAC01J 8IM3. K. P. OADWELt
SIMS& CADWELL ,
Attorneys -at-Law ,
COUNCIL iiLurrs , IOWA
Oflico , Ifftlu btrott. Itoomi 1 and 1 Bbug-trt k Me-
U uou' Illock. Will prtvctloo lu BUto lad r'edHtl
ICE ! ICEI ! ICE ! ! !
For pure river Ice patronlto the blue wagons-sat-
Bfactlon guaranteed. Leave orders at No. 45 South
Telephone No. 84.
MULUOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
FOR SALE Two largo lota with three raised
houses , and all implements , bringing montnly
rental of $24. Price 81ZOO.
Address L. , BEE Offlco
J.n. TATK. WAKI1E.N WHITE *
T A-TIEJ &j WKCZTIEJ.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schugart'a Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Council Bluffr.
Real estate collection agency. Odd Fellows Block
oor Savings Bank.
tnOS. 077ICI2 , U. | ( . PDSIT.
Council BluHa . i .
Established - - 1856
Dealers In Foreign and omestlo Exchange an
THE INVflLID'S GREAT BOON !
Thcso waters come In a large , pure stream , flow-
Ink' from Nature's fountain and touched by the hand
of the Master Chemist. In a laboratory not made \\ltli
hands , for the euro of Khoumatiim , Scrofula , Ulcers ,
Catarrh , all Blood and Skin Diseases , Dyspepsia ,
Liver Complaints , Kidney and Bladder Diseases ,
Gout , Neuralgia and Asthma. And they are now ao-
know lodged to bo a moat wonderful specific for nil
[ rma of Female Derangements and General I ) ? *
blllty where a tonlo treatment is desirable.
Hundreds of gratcfui Jiooplo who caino to the
Spilngs on crutches and stretchers and ncntanav
cured , many of them ' leaping and praising God , "
will testify to the healing properties of these waters.
"wnsic TO TIIK uoaa 1" ' I.KT XATURK IIB\L vou. "
UEV. U. iT. TIlOill'SON , Manager.
Albany , SUoam Springs , , Gentrv Co. , Mo.
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .89 Pearl Street Council Muds , owa.
As there are many
So-Oalled Veterinary Surgeons
In thla city , who are practicing their quackery on
our people , I deem It but justice to eay that I defy
any of them to produce u diploma , or credentials ,
ndlcatlng that they are graduates of any \ctcrinary
netltute , and I do hereby caution the publij agalna *
I am tlie Only Known Graduate
IN WESTEllN IOWA.
Office & 125 '
Pharmacy , B'dway ,
AT 13LUE UAUN.
T. J. CADY , M. D. , V. S ,
Mo of the Peace.
OFFICE OVEH ASIK1UCAN EXPUES3.
OUNCIL BLUFFS. 30W A.
MrsHJ , Hilton. M n. .
233 Middle Broadly , Council Blufta.
R. Rice M. D.
" ' other tuinorn removed without tbt
CHRONIC DISEASES < * WnJ'
U\er blrty yearn practlcAl ezxri | nee Office
I'tor trevt , Council liluBi
Babf Jumper !
224 it 220 Broadway ,
COUNCIL I1I.UFFB , . IOWA.
LOWES ! PRICES.
H. H , HQRNE & C0.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo mnko n specialty , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA end ,
YARA OIGA11S. All Cigars sold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway , '
H. H. UORNE & CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
SMITH & TOIiIjEU , ARts ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main ntroot ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
H. F. HATTINHAUER ,
OFFEPuS FOE SALE COST
Light Hood Wagons , Piano Box Ton and Open Buggies , Browstor Top and Open Buggies , Windsor Top
and Open liutrglcs , l'bncton of all klnutand t o Scateu Carriages. All of the abo\o are of my own manu
facture and guaranteed the best of stock , and tire1class In every particular. Send for descriptive circular.
2TFactory and Office 27 , 29 and 31 Fourth Street , Ceuncll Bluffs. 9
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
anj NotIOD8at } MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Mannfaclnrer ,
urtalns , Jn Lace , Sl'b , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothsIMattlngs , Linoleums Etc
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
[ omo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods in our l'nr.- ;
hoapest place to buy CARPETS , Curtaius _ and IIouso 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 ,
Firat Claaa Table ,
All Modern Conveniences ,
Reduced Rates to Regular Boarders.
ALL TRIMMED HATS
MRS. S. J. NOERIS , 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 NOTIONS always Hand
J. J. AUWEUDA , 317 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
Furuituro and appointments all now. Noa. 208 and 210 Broad\7ay , OoancJl Bluff
Waves three inch part 65o , Coquetts lOc each , Switches
$ lto$20 each , Hair' ornaments given with every pur
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended to.
Waves made of Ladies combings at 50c per inch ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J , GOOD 29 Main Stree
CREGTfJl , HOUSE \
Nos. 21 7 nnd 21 US. Main St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUDB'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Elcctdo Iltlt tre n h Juno by us.
Agents Wanted !
Ilelercnces-Any o the lu 'ne ' bcueci In Council Bluffs. JUDD & SMITH Proprietor.
319 BROADWAY . COUNCIL BLUFFS
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