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6 THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS JUESDAY , AUGUST 26 , 1884.
THE DAILV BEE.
Tuesday Morning. August 26
. . . wits wctk
By Carrier - - - - SO per
By Mall - - - - 810.00 per } car
No. 7 Pearl Otroot , Hear Broadway *
MINOR MENTION ,
See J. Roller's Summer goods.
"Only ton conta to the driving park.
All aboard. Going right down. "
In the circuit court yesterday the case
of Holatcd vs. Cuppy waa on trial.
L. C. Taylor , W. S. Biker and Thoi.
Hyan formed a trio of drunks given the
usual assessment in police court ycster
The democratic county convention
moots to > day at the court house at 10
o'clock to select delegates to three con
There will bo a apocial mooting of
Fidelity Council , No. 150 R. A. , this
otoning , for the transaction of some im
The bond-sellers , now discouraged , pro
pose to have sweet revenge by makintc
the proporty-ownora pay for the paving in
At the benefit ball oi the BlulT City
hose company at Bloom & Nixon's ' hall
Thursday evening the music will bo fur
nished by Glnnn'a orchestra and the
All ohTsoldiors and sailors of the late
war are requested to leave their names
at Do Haven's drug store at their earli
est convenience. By request of Abe
Lincoln post No. 29 , G. A. R.
Matt Hamlor , the porter at Bochtolo's
hotel , has lost by cholera infantum , his
infant son , aged two years. The funeral
is to take place at his residence on Madi
son street , at 10 o'clock this morning.
These who attend the races should
beware of patronizing the teamsters who
charge twenty-fivo cents to the driving
park , so long aa there ore plenty of
equally good conveyances to bo had for
A church trial which has been agitat
ing the little Fourth avenue church ,
which Involvoa the reputation of ono of
the local preachers and ono of the sisters ,
is said to bo on the vorgn of dropping
into oblivion by the local preacher giving
up his documents and withdrawing from
the church so It will have no jurisdiction.
If ho is innocent of the great transgres
sion it seems that ho should stand his
ground like a little man , and establish
his innocence and that of the lady.
The Council Bluffs Medical pocioty
will hold ita regular monthly meeting in
Dr. Soybort's odico on Wednesday next
at two o'clock. At a recent mooting of
the society , oflicors and censors for the
society worn selected as follows : Pres
ident , Dr. Hart ; vice-president , Dr.
Bosbysholl , of Glonwood ; secretary , Dr.
Baratow ; treasurer , Dr. Doatkon , and
censors , Drs. White , Pinnoy and Soybort.
The society now numbers about 25 mem
bers , and Includes in its membership
physicians from various towns In western
Iowa. The question of holding semi'
monthly meetings Is to bo discussed at
the next meeting.
Almost every Sunday night there Booms
to ba a row at the boor garden dance , oren
on the streets , among these returning
from there. As usual about 2 o'clock
yesterday morning another of those rows
occurred , in which Mike Kildaro , of po
lice court fame , George and John Peters
wore concerned. All were arrested , bul
on a hearing in court yesterday morning
it scorned difficult to ascertain just who
was most to blame , and so the judge turn
ed thorn all loose , The citizens whose
peace is disturbed every Sunday night by
these rollickora returning at a late hour
from the boor garden , are naturally fool
ing that it is getting to ha an outrage on
There was little news to bo learned
about the city bonds yesterday. City
Treasurer Clausen , who hurried back to
Now York , being scared at having turned
the bonds over to Mayor Vnughan , tele
graphed to the city on arriving in Now
York , that he could not find Vaughan ,
and wanted to know if ho had got homo.
Tn the meantime , as waa known hero ,
Vauchan had gene to Boston. Yesterday
day Clausen telegraphed that it was al
right , ho had found out where Vaughan
had gono. In.viow of the feverish atato
of fooling and the wild rumors nflout , the
city treasurer inuat have had a ludicrous
fright at not finding Vaughan in Now
The following transfers were filed it :
the county clerk's oillco yesterday and
reported for THE BKK by P. J. McMa
Levi D. Bulls to B , F. Clayton , lot 0
and part of G , Macedonia , consideration
§ 1,800 ,
Henry S. Watkina to John Collins
port no no 20 77-12 , § 20.
J M. Phillips to W. IS Griggsby , par
lot 141) ) , original plal ; lot 7 , blk 10 , Hal-
lis' udd ; lota I and 2 , block 21) ) , Howard's
add ; lot 10 , blk 1 , McMahon , Cooper &
Jofr.tnes' odd , 4,200.
A B. Walker to Mary F. Walker , oh
al. lot 4 , blk 10 , Hyatt's sub , § 1,000 ,
Total sales , § 7,020.
Western Iowa ColUgp will bo opci
Monday , Wrduoaduy and Friday ovrii
ing * from 7 t > 0 o'clock from Kept It
till April l l , annually , Hirno studies
may bo pursued an in duytimo at reason
able cost. Fall term of normal open ,1 ,
Monday , Siijit. 1st. Btudtnta may ou
ter business department ai uny time. !
Entrance firtt tuirwoy bolotr I'Ott&flico ,
WAYS THAT ARE DARK ,
Considerable Light Thrown on the Con
fidence Gang ,
How the U , P , Dotootivo Stood In
With Thorn and Then Squealed ,
How n DiiulmmnVIXH Turned.
Yesterday afternoon the cases of the
three confidence mon arrested in Omaha
and brought hero on a requisition came
up before Judgu Aylosworth on n charge
of vagrancy , and the evidence being
taken the decision was reserved until
the judge could look up p.oino authori
ties. Then at a late hour in the after
noon the mon were taken to Justice
Scliuir.'s court wlioro a specific charge of
swindling ono Smith was pending ,
The examination of the charge of va
grancy brought out some interesting
facts , some ot which have already been
made public by THE BEK , but which were
given more in detail in the testimony. It
was doubtless a little surprise to the trio
of confidence mon that the victim Smith
showed up at all , but ho waa on hand ,
largo as Ufa and green as over. Smith
had got so tired of delays in the law , and
wan so demoralized by the loss of his
§ 285 , that ho had slipped away and gene
to Watertown , Dakota , where ho has
friends , and it was there that ho was
found. Ho had boon BO chagrined over
his loss that ho had not said ono word to
his friends about the matter , up to the
time the ollicor found him and induced
him to return to this city and testify
Smith , when on the stand , went
through the details of how the trick wns
turned by two of the three mon. It was
the old game of charges on baggage. The
follow called Robinson represented to
Smith that hs was postmaster of Water-
town , Dakota , whore Smith waa going ,
and that ho had boon out west Bottling
up a brother's estate , and was taking
part of hia brother's stock of goods to
Watortown to put in tho'atoro ho war
running there in connection with the
poatoflico. About this time the man
Ualo had come in and demanded freight
charges. Then a check , a lack of cur
rency , a loan of § 285 by Smith , and the
old , old outcome.
Mr. Valentino , the depot detective of
the Union Pacific In Omaha , was
placed on the stand. His
statement was rather a sensational , and
in spine respects an amusing ono. Ho
testified that Robinson came to his room
early this month and hold n long talk
with him. Ho said ho wanted to have
his mon work the U. P. trains , and of
course wanted to cquara itwitb Valentino
so that they would not bo molested.
Robinson offered fifteen per cent of all
tricks turned on U. P. trains. Valentino
tine insisted on his doing better , and fin
ally they agreed on twenty per cent.
Robinson gave him § 10 "to buy a cigar
witii. " Valentino made an arrangement
bywhich Robinson should point out his
men to him nndthat [ only ono gang of three
ucn should work. After this ho had
ovoral conversations and meetings with
all three of the mon. They told him
about turning Smith for § 285 , and then
; ave him § 10 more , saying , however ,
.hat this was not commission , for the
trick waa not turned on his road. They
wanted him to come over to the Blufla
and see that the sucker Smith was got
to leave. Valentino did come ever hero ,
and saw Fore , the defective of the St.
Paul road , who was also working to break
up the gang. Fore , by moans of his
brother , got Smith to go to Sioux
: ity , sonsto make the confidence mon
believe ho had disappeared. True enough ,
they did BO believe , and began work , and
were then nabbed by the ollicors , put in
jail , and then brought over hero on a re
It Booms that Smith , while in Sioux
City gave Foro'a brother the slip. Fore
had gene into a shoo shop to got a stitch
taken in ono of his shoos , and it being
very warm inside Smith stood by the
door. When Fore came out Smith was
gono. It was supposed that ho had boon
bought off , but Valentino wont en his
track , and found him at Watortown , Da
kota , and induced him to return , Smith's
excuse for leaving being that ho was dia-
heartened and discouraged about the loss
of the money , but denied being bought
up by the confidence men ,
.Valentino in naratring hia conversation
with these throe follows , gave some
amusing incidents which they had told
about tricks turned by thorn in this
vicinity. Ono of these incidents was
concerning the turning of a trick on a
man whom the confidence men described
aa "an old Dutchman , " They played
the check gamojon him , giving him a § 500
chock and borrowing about § 200 on it.
The Dutchman thought he hud the boat
of it , and watched hia chance to
akip with the check. The confidence
fellows were equally anxious to skip with
the caah. Aa they went out ono door of
the car the Dutchman hurried out of the
other , ono party running away with the
chock and the other with the cash. Each
turned around the end of the car and
they came up to each other. The Dutch
man seeing them turned and run , and
they turned and ran the other way.
Probably the Dutihman has discovered
his mistake bcforo this.
Oilicor Fero , the Milwaukee and St.
Paul dotootivo also testified aa to hia see
ing the men hanging about , and that a
short time ago they tried to work the St.
Paul train. He hud also talked with the
three fellows and they admitted they
were confidence men , and wanted to do
something to square themselves and save
proseou ion. They offered to pay Smith
back his mono/ , and also to pay Furo for
his trrublo , if the matter could bo
drop ) od.
Do octivo Valentino put in a bit of
testimony , which must have boon es
pecially refreshing to the onrj of Council
Blulls ollicora. Ono of the contidenco
gang in talking with him remarked that
'duncil Blulfa usud to bo the rankest
Bert of a plaoo , All you had to do waa t <
give any of thu cappers a dollar , and
ovi rything was all right. "
'J ho evidence brought against thopi -
lov B , and skillfully drawn out by J. II.
lUldwin , who appeared for the proaecu-
( ion , aoemed too much for the defend-
flits , when the rases were in so able
hands as thoao of George A. Holmes ,
and they opened not their mouths ,
Judge Aylesworth reserved hia decision
on the charge of vagrancy , and the trie
then marched dowi. to Justice Schurz'f
court , wlu-ro on clinrgo of swindling
they waived eiuniinali'-n. Bonds wen
fixed tit § 700 each , and the trio wont to
jil until they could make seine now ar
for the ( iriiml
At a meeting held ut the Odd Fvllowa
hall for the purpose of electing officers
I and committees to tnako final arrange-
inonls for entertaining the grand lodgoof
the stale of Iowa , which will moot hero
in October , the following olllccrs and
committees were elected :
Prcsidont D. C. Bloomer.
Treasurer F. OrftM.
Secretary 0. II. Jackson.
Finance Committee O. F. Smith , M.
'J' . Itohror , and J. Schickcntanz.
Ilnll Pommilteo D. C. Bloomer , Thos.
Bowman , J. W. Peregoyand J. o. Frold-
Printing Commiltrc J. M. Matthews ,
A. J. Mandall and K Irons.
Hotel Committee S. S. Keller , T. 0.
T. Brenncman , J. Kpontor and J. W.
Committee on Music and Parade W.
Troynor , Thoo. Beckman , E. h'chickon-
tan/ , and K. S. Barnott.
The committee on reception will bo
All committees are requested to report
as soon as they possibly can.
G , II. JACKSON , Sec.
- SPORT ,
Ilio Opening Dny of the Knees.
This is the opening day of the fall
mooting at the driving park , and if the
weather is not all favorable , there is every
ory assurance of a successful and enjoyable -
able mooting. The programme for to
day is :
TrottitiK 3:00 : class ; purse , S500.
On-Voldi-H , b. g. 11. 15. Kfnnoy , Lexing
ton , Ky.
rock' * Hamblotonlan , b a , 0. 1U Jlinckley ,
Wnlnut , lown.
Ktlmti Allen , b K , A. Thomason , Omaha ,
( Jean Smith , blk g , 1) . J. Johnston , Croa-
.011. Iowa. " '
Kutv H , bl in , fleoigo.W. HolnicH , Lincoln ,
Clifton , bp , IJ. Work. Kansas City , Mo.
St. lilmn , br g , J. H. Jarvla , Concoulln ,
Henry Clay , ch. g. W. 0. 1'no-to , Hutchin-
fen , Kan.
Until S. ( formerly Mollto ) , b m. Tlios. Sling-
r. Menill , Wis.
Trotting 1:111 clans , | nrso SoOO.
Iti'x , bg. .1. G. Igon , Urbann , Ohio.
I.oviow , b in , C. if , Gallop , 1'ohngon , Mich.
Heati Smith , blk g , li. ' . Johnston , Creston ,
US. ( I.
M.ittio 1'rlco , br m.W. II. Johnson , Kansas
3ity , Mo.
.1. II. Mrnoniilck , clig , B. 1' . Kiik , M.ozon
3ityown. / .
Sin rilf Dm J'nticll was in the city vcaler-
Mit.Villlnm Moonnnil dilltlrrn lift yes-
onlay feu ChiiMgu. >
\ \ . II. Multityru , nf lc > .Molno-i , was at
ho Ogiton yualsiiluy ,
Mits i\Vllic liubiiiMin lian returned from
icr tiip to Salt Lakn City. ,
J , A. C'liurchill uniluifo liauneluriied from
holrisit to their u' < l luniio in Vermont.
W. S. Cottiell , of Little Sioux , and his him ,
'rank , mri\c < l hero yesterday.
W. Nelson , of the Him of Nelson & Sim-
nous , lias gene to New York city on bus !
Henry Motcalf mul wife have gene to
. 'iiinemlllu , O. , to visit Mr. Metcalf'n father ,
vho is < | iiito ill.
1'etor Miller , the wall paper man , has licen
confined to Inn room for two woolen by illness ,
jut 11 now gaining.
H. J. Chamber * and Kd. A. Uafccock , of
AXOCJ , mul J. J. Shea , of Ncoln , were among
; ho attorneys attending com there yestuid.iy.
Sliliiincnta of Stock.
The following wore the shipments of
stock from the union stock yards , August
D. Anderson two cars of hogs , 131
head , to Chicago via. 0. II. I. & P.
Clark it Co. two cars of hogs , 125
head , to Chicago , via. 0. & N. W.
.1. Wiggins ono car of hous , 01 head ,
to Chicago via. 0. II I. & P.
Morse A. Co. ono car of hogs , 71 head ,
to Chicago via , C. A , N. W ,
II. T. Ingles two cars of hogs , 125
head , to Chicago via. 0. II. I. & P.
J. n. Wishard two cars of calves , 108
head , to Council Blufla.
J. L Rush one car of cattle , 21 head ,
to Chicago via. C. B. AQ. .
Morao k H. ono car of cattle , 21 head ,
to Chicago via. C. 15. A Q.
Morse A-11. three cars of cattle , 00
head , to Chicago via. C. B. A' Q.
Hush A W. suvon cars of cattle , 152
head , to Chicago via. C. B. & Q.
| JI ) S. Johnson three- cars of cattle , 03
head , to Chicago via. C. B. A Q.
East Hampton Cattle company ono car
"f cattle , 21 head , to Chicago via. C. B.
Emerson A- Baker ton cars of cattle ,
202 head , to Chicago via. 0. M. ASt. . P.
Cross A L three cars of cattle , 55
head , to Chicago via. 0. M. ASt. . P.
Uliy Not Tell It All.
To the Kditor of Tins UEIC.
The Nonpareil in its strictures on the
bold and daring Hurley , the policeman ,
does not give its readers full particulars.
It does not toll
them that the young
man arrested is a hard working , honest
man , arrested without any evidence ,
thrown in jail , no information filed
against him , that an attorney was
steered against him to got him out. Ho is
brought out on the usual writ , is charged
SIO attorneys fees mid is now delayed
hero trjiug to sell ono of his hard
earned teams to pay said foes. Is it not
time the public make some inquiry as to
what our city prison is used lot ? Is it
not to imprison criminals , or i it to
throw defenseless strangers in and equoozo
them of their hard earnings ,
Tlio V , M O. A.
The regular literary and social gather
imi ; of the Y. M. 0. A. will bo hold as
usual this evening at R30 ; o'clock. Both
ladies and gentlemen are invited.
2 , Heading J. M. Omslor.
! ) . Music Mai" quartette.
I. Recitation P. M. Pryor.
C. Solo Misa Bertha Mueller.
( I. Essny Misa Phoobu Bhoutz.
7 , Song Male quartette ,
8. Recitation S. Bowluy.
0 , Questions All.
Ouril or TliunkH.
Coti.MJiL BLUFM , \
Aug 25 , 1881. /
I sincerely thank my friends and noiijh
bora for their kindness during the nlllic-
tiun of my family in the lees of a kind
mother and beloved wife , and especially
to Mts. Free Hniinan , who adminittorcd
so kindly to her friend in slcknots and
V , Taylor ,
MANDEMAKERS & VAN ,
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY.
201 Upi.pr . I3rondwny Cor. Stutsmnn St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in Uiocity or country solicited. Prompt attention and sntisfnction
W. P , ALYSWORTH.
Prime Houecfl mo\cil on the LITTI/K GIANT trucks ami nny distance and cncr uny kind ol ground.
IJltICK HOUSES railed. All work guaranteed.
\V. P. AYIiSViOnra , 1010Nlrth trcet.
DeVOL & WRIGHT ,
, tilery , Ti ; Etc.
tT8 [ ccal attention by mall-
mallCOUNCIL BLUFFS , BA.
and 344 Uroadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS IO\V j
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
Fresh and Salt Meats.
HAMS , BACON RIED BEEF , SALT PORK AW LARD ,
742 Broadway - - - - Council Bluffs.
COUNCIL BLUBT3 MARKET.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA , August 25,1884.
Wheat No. 1 milling , 75@bO ; No. 3 , 05 ®
70 ; rejected00.
Corn Local purposes , 40@45.
Oata For local purposes , 33@IO.
liny SIO 00@100 ! ! per ton ; baled , 00@GO
Ilye 40@45o. ,
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yards , C 00g (
701) ) .
Coal Delivered , hard , 11 50 per ton ; soft ,
5 00 per ton
Lard Falrbank's , wholesaling at OJc ,
Flour City Hour , 160@3 30.
Brooma 2 9o@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butrhor cowa 3 00@3 23. Butcher
steers , > 1 00(6 ( ; t 25.
llogs 125@-1 Co.
FBODUOE AND FKOITS.
Quotations by J. JL St. John & Co. , com
mission merchants , 538 Broadway ,
Poultry Lhoplil hens , 7c ; spring chickens ,
2 25@2 50 per doz. ; live turkeys , Do.
reaches J bus. box , 100.
Lemons 5 50 per box.
Bananas 2 00@3 00 per bunch. _
Butter Creamery , 20c ; rolls , choice 9@10c.
Kggs 12J per dozen.
VegetableH Potatoes , 1 50 2 00 per bbl ;
NOTICE. Special a vertlscmonts , eua is Lost ,
Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent , Wants , Hoard-
ng , oto. , will bo Inserted In this column at the low
rate of TEN CENTS 1 > EH LINE for the first Insertion
and FIVE CENTS PER LINE for each subsequent n-
eortton. tea\o ad > ortlaemonts ot our offloe , No.
Pearl Street , near Broadway
A \ ' ANTED Dining room irlrl Immedlotclj. Wages
? 10 per month , opply of bteward , Ogden
W \\TKII A Uret clas ) barber b > Schmidt & . Haib ,
I'MVcst \ llroadnny , Council llluaa ,
SALK lly resilience , corner 7th avenue and
10th street. H taken noon "II ! bell for $ . ' , OOJ
below \ alue.Mllaliocotl furniture , carpets , > Vc ,
all iir In part Knot sold at oncu \\illrontpionil-
DCH , with house fiirnlsliutl or unfimil hcd , at
moderate rent. Any ono thinking of makln ; ;
their homo In Council Bluffa will dooll tn imretl-
gate this oiler. It U tliu beat bargain eM > r offend
111 the rlty M A UI'TO.V.
I'Al'KUS-For sale at UK * otnoo , at 25 cents
a huriilretl ,
XTITANTEW-F.\ory body m Council Blufla to take
YV Timlin * . Delivered by carrier at only twenty
cents a week.
OENT8 Ladles and gentlemen can make first
claea wa os by selling the "Champion Bosom
Strocthor and ronlng Board. " Retails at II.W.
Any lady can do up a flno nhirt without a M rink la
and KIOMH It as nlcoly as the best laundries can. Addreeo
for | > M titulars U. B. S. & I. Co. , Im otlloe , Councl
. O. C.
100 litAIN STREET ,
"OUNClt DI.V/F3 - . - IOWA.
JACOU SIMS. E. P. CADWELL
SIMS A CADWELL ,
Attorneys -at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Oillco , Mam Htreot , Itooma I anil 2 Htuuart \ Me-
Mill.m'a Illock Will praUlco III Mile wij Fulou |
Babf jumper !
224 & 220 Uroadway ,
COUNCIMlLUtW , . JOffA.
Mrs HJ Hilton M n.
, , , , . .
PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON ,
222 Middle BrovdMriy. Council Bluflu ,
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schugart's Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
W. R. VAUCHANL
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Council Bluff ? .
Real estate collection agency , Odd Fellows Block
tnoa. OFFICIB , II. U. P0BIT.
OFFICER & PUSEY
Council Bluffa > la.
Doalcra In Foreign and omestlo Exchange an
[ rue Sccurltl
BOOGE'S SIOUX 01TY IIAMS.
J , Y. FULLER ,
No .89 I'oarl Street Council Bluffs OH a.
Railway Time Table ,
The following arc the times of the arrival "and de
parture of trains by central standard time , at the
local deiwts. Trains leave transfer depot teu mlu
uea earner and arrhe ten minutes later.
CHICAGO , BURLIHarON AKD qUISOT.
6:36 : n m Chicago Kinross 5.00 a in
9:40 : a m Kant Mall. 7:00 : p n <
6:46 : a m 'Mall and Kxprcsa , 7'Jun : |
12:20 : p m Accommodation. 2.40 p m
At local depot only.
KANSAS C1TT , BT. JO I AND COUNCIL BLU7M.
10.06 a m ( Mail and Kxprcaa , j7:05 : p m
8.05 p m 1'aclfic Express , 6:60 : p m
CHICAGO , UILWADKIH AND BT , PAUL.
6:25 : p m KiprcBs , 0:05 : a m
9:16 : a in Kxpreiu , 0:66 : p m
. CIIIOAOO , ROCK ISLAND AND f ACiriO.
6SO : p m AtUntlo Express , 0:06 : a m
0:26 : a in Day Kxpruart , 0:64 : p m
7:20 a m "Dos Ifoluoa Accommodation , 0:01 : p in
At local depot only ,
WABA8U , ST. LOUIS AND FACirKJ.
1:20am : Mall , 4:15 : pm
6:10 : pin Aceommodaton U.OOam
At Transfer < -nly
ClIlCAOOand HO T1IWMTBRS.
6:30 : p m Kxprtiut , B 60 p m
9-M m racltlo Knpreiu 0.06 a in
IIOUI CITT AKD TACinO ,
7:40 : p m Bt. 1'anl Kxpruu. 8:60 : a m
7.20 a m Day Kxpru 0.60 | i m
8:00 : p m \Venttrn Kipruii , B.S5 a m
11:00am : 1'aclflo KipreM , 1:40 : p m
7:10 a m Ixx-il Kipri i B.64 a m
12:10 : a m Lincoln KiireM | ,
At Tramfor only.
DVUH1 TKAIITll T'JOUAIIA.
Leave 7:208SOD:3lojoll : : : : Oa. in. 1.80-2:3 :
S:30-4SO : : > 6S0 : .3a.ll:0 : p in Hunday 9.SO-11 ! 10
a m. lSO--3.3o- : > :30-flW-ll,6 : : : ( p. in. Aritva 10 ruin
to t > fura leatut ; tlmn
Jnstice of t&o & Peace.
OmCB.OVKIl A11K1UCAN ESl'llESS.
OUNOIL BLUFFS . ] OW A.
E. Rice M , D.
H AWflDDO or other tumors removed wltbonltbi
OiilXULinU | kolfeordrawtnio blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES * * * , .
Over ulrty year * practloxl eiperlonoe Offoe No.
1'car treet , Council Uluflf
/UTCoDCultatlou / true
H.H. HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make n opeclalty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA nd
YARA 01OARS. All Oigara sold by us ere of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway , "
11. H. UORNE&CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , . ' ; IOWA ,
SMITH & TOLIjEH ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 0 Mala street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
H. F. HATTENHAUEE
OFFER FOU SALE HEGAEDLESS COST
Light Iloiul Wanona , I'lano Box Top nod Open Buggies , Brewstcr Top nnil Open Buggies , Windsor Top
and Open Unzglcs , 1'tiaeton * ot all kinds and t\\o Seated Carriages. All of the aboio are of my own manu
facture and guaranteed the best of stock , and lira'-class In ciery particular. Send for descriptive circular.
3TFactory and Oillco 27 , S3 and 31 Fourth btrcct , Council BlufTs.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KIJNDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
COST jrJTLatllcs' until all Furnishing are disposed Goods of. and Xotiocs at } MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Manufacturer ,
urtalns , In taco , H'k , Turcoman'Etc. Oil clothsMattings | , Linoleums Etc
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
omo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all gooda in our lino.
[ heapest place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the.
0ty. ; Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Noa. 6 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Pilled Promptly and \vtfch Care
Best and Host Reliable ,
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
Endorsed by FRANZ LISZT.
Unrhalled for Tone or Finish.
Best Modern I'ricotoBuy. .
The Kimball Oran , BO long and fa\orably known in the west , rncommends itself.
J. L. STKWAKT , Solo Agent for abo\o lines of Goods. Warerooms , 329 Bioadway ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. Agents Wanted.
Metalic Caskets and Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
TELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HXTo. 3.2 3XT. IVC ixx St. .
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. ATJWEEDA , 317 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
Furniture and nppolntmonta oil now. Noa. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Blaff
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
iBlto 8k.O each. Hair ornaments givea with every pur
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended to ,
Waves made of Ladies' ' comhingsat 50c per inch ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J. GOOD 29 Main Stree
GRESTON HOUSE \
Nos. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Electric Dili tbt oath Juuolyur.
Agents Wanted !
Inferences Any o the butluo bcugcc In Coucdl llluffe. Jv'DD 1 SUITH I'roprleton ,
10 BROADWAY . OCUNOIL BLUFFS
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