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M TTTTC DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS TUESDAY , SEPTEMBER 2 , 1884.
THE DAILY BEE.
Tuesday Morning September 2.1' .
-to ' cnts per Keek
53y Cunlcr - - - - - -
So. 7 Tear ! Etrcat , Hear Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
Sec J. Uoitor'a fall gooda.
The schoola opened with goodly num-
I era ycatordny.
The paving Mid sewerage nro
again at work on Broadway.
Charles D. Harmon yesterday received
3iis "ahow" drills for the fair.
J. W. Kloob & Co. wore yoatcrdny un
loading their third car of buggies.
The sloro lately vacated by Michaela
Bros , is being fitted up na n boot nnd
McOlurgs' cracker factory team took n
little run yesterday , but wore hold up
before any acrlous damage was done.
Officer Batea yesterday gathered in , by
the aid of nn express wagon , an old man
whom ho found fcarlully drunk on Ban
The city clerk rcporta as the rocoipla
of hia oflico for August , § . ' ) , OaC , of which
§ 3,308 was from licenses and ? 310 from
city criminal cases.
The " \Voatorn \ lown College opened yes
terday ita full term with an addition of
fifteen now pupila and others coming in.
Prof. Paulson is naturally much oncour-
ogod by the outlook.
Ernat E. Hart and Iloraco J. Kvnna
have bought out the real oatato and loan
buainosa of S. W. Forguaon & Co. , and
will have their oflico in with J. D. Ed-
mundson on Main street.
The iury drawn for the September
term of superior court are : George Fer
guson , Welles Cuok , E. W. Bunham ,
John Barbyto , M. Keating , 11.11. Fields ,
J. J. White , R. D. Amy , and George
A now horsa shoeing cstabliahmont has
boon opened by Nash Bros , at 71 ! '
Broadway. F. JJ. Nash was for several
years with Charles Gregory and has join
ed his brother in starting out for them
The Methodists are to have a Noclal
next Thursday evening at the residence
of llov. Joseph Xnotts , corner of Wash
ington avenue and Scott street. All the
friends are invited , and a merry time is
The cash receipts of the superior court
indicate that despite its high-sounding
name , it is in fact a more police court.
From civil cases last month the enormous
sum of $7 was received , and from ntato
casoa S7 CO.
0. J. King , superintendent of the new
government court house and post oflico
expects that the driving of piles for the
foundation of the building will begin to
morrow morning. They will bo driven
by Messrs. Raymond & Campbell.
In the circuit court yesterday a motion
was hoard in the caao of Morris VH. the
city of Council IMufl'u and the judge
took it under advisement ana adjourn
ment was taken till this morning , tlioro
being no other business on hand.
Rev. Father Mulhill , an assistant of
Rev. Father McMonomy , was taken with
a congestive chill Saturday night and
lias grown rapidly worse , until yesterday
ho lay in an unconscious condition , and
there seemed little or no hope of Inn re
Prof. Paulson last evening opened hfs
night school in connection with the
Western Iowa college. It promises to b
a great success , na it nllbrds an opportu
nity to a great many young men who can
not find time by daylight to gain a bus !
Ono of the confidence men , name
Halo , who has been in jail awaiting trja
for doing up n man named Smith in th
sum if § 285 , was yesterday released o
bail , $700 cash being put up for his appearance
poaranco at the next term of the dislric
court. Another of the trio still lies i
jail , while the third one , who was dis
charged , is sauntering about the street
here , as bold aa a lion.
E. E. Adams & Co. is the name of th
new firm who are preparing to open ;
boot and shoo store in the rooms latol :
occupied by Michael Bros , ns n jewelry
house , No.117 Broadway , The now
fltoro ia to bo known as the Boston
Shoo Store , the gentlemen coming from
the Hub , whore ( hey had for some time
been engaged both in manufacturing ant'
jobbing boots and shoos.
The speedy horses have loft the driving
park hero for other courses. The Mia
Bouri Pacific made up a special train hero
from the dummy depot , to run to St ,
Joseph , consisting of ton cars of fos
horses , with a passenger coach attached
to the roar , for the accommodation of the
horsemen. The horses on this trail
wore Valued nt § 125,000 , A procloin
load. Among them was Oal Dailoy'u fine
lUtlomaro "Mottle Harlo. "
Mayor Vaughan , whoso telegrams are
sent first to one and then another , hat
wired the city clerk this time. Ho states
that the attorneys for the Boston brokeri
have agreed toga to New York with h.n
and got Judge DHIons's opinion on the
legality of the bonds , and if thojudgo
says they are all right they will tain
them. It has boon eaid that Judge 1)11
Ion deems the bonds perfectly good , K
that ( hero teems to bo every reason to
consider the bonds as good as sold.
Billy Desmond was arrested yesterday
on a charge of stealing tiz dollars and a
from fue Eastern houso. It
claimed th.at the young man Uking ad
vantage rf his being well acquainted Tith
those r.t the house , slipped into one of
the r.ooms and sneaked the atulF gut of
a bureau and then pawned the revolver.
.The revolver was found at a Bccond-hand
' i ilaco , and after Desmond was arrested
, ho proprietor Identified him as the one
who sold the Trcapon , Desmond is said
.0 have borne a good character , and hia
irrcst is n matter of surprise to his
The talk about organizing n militia
jompany hero has about died out. A va
cancy exists in the state militia , and if
Council Bluffs had a "crack" company ,
iiio that could capture some prizes in
competition drills , and win some honors ,
the citizens would soon have some pride
and enthusiasm in giving support to such
n organization. A good military compa
ny , while furnishing healthful exorcise to
, lie members and pleasant recreation ,
would be a gocd card for the city. The
.rouble seems to bo to got just the right
kind of men to start it.
The many friends of B. Silloway , pro
prietor of the Ogden house , and also of
he Northwestern hotel at Cedar Rapids ,
will sympathize with him on learning
hat ho lost a brother by sudden death the
ithor day in Burlington. This brother ,
iValdo Silloway , entered the oflico . .of a
Siotol in Burlington , and sitting down in
chair foil asleep. Jt proved to bo the
loop of death , for when an attempt was
made to rouse him , it was discovered
hat heart disease or some sudden and
'atal ' trouble had made him its victim ,
'ho ' deceased waa employed in the North-
eatorri at Cedar Rapids.
Harry Hatch , the well-known saloon
nan , Buffered a third stroke of * paralysis
ostorday morning , and death soon after
nsuod. Mr. Hatch has boon in such ill
o.ilth for weeks , and haa suffered so
much from previous strokes , that his
oath was not unexpected. Mr. Hatch
was in business in Chicago at the time of
lie great fire tlioro , . and lost heavily
hereby. Ho soon after came hero , nnd
lias boon engaged in the saloon and res-
nil r nut business until ill health com-
lolled him to retire. Ho loaves a wife ,
but no children. The funeral will bo
his afternoon at 2 o'clock from the resi
dence , No. 101 Broadway.
It has boon pretty well demonstrated
hat there ore few Council Bluffs people ,
n proportion to the population , who
take enough interest in the races to give
, ho driving park association the patronage
ago which is needful to the success of the
enterprise. Ono of the troubles is that
there are not enough local horses in thoraces
races to awaken local Interest. Ono need
but recall the names of such horses as
Jack Porogoy , Lorono , Little Sioux , and
Mattie Harlo to realize that special in
terest has boon taken by many in every
race in which any of these horses were
entered. Mattie Harlo was the only
ocal horse at this meeting , and more in
terest was felt in her than all the others
put together. II there had been n half
do/on more such horses owned in Council
Blulfn , much moro interest would bo felt ,
and the people would have turned out to
.ho meetings in larger numbers.
DELIGHTING IN DELAY ,
Ilio f\VH Kollotvs Arrested IIH Conll
( lonuo SIou Are in No Jlitrry
To Ko Tired.
Yesterday the two men giving the
nauics of J. B. Jordan and 0. 11. Burke
and wlw wore arrested by Dotoetivei
Fore and Valentino
na confidence men
brought up before Justice Schurz for ni
examination. Through their attorney
they asked for a continuance
Justice Schurn intimated that he would
give a continuance provided they would
consent to take the
evidence of the proi
editing witness , the old German who i
now being detained hero for that pur
pose. After that testimony had boot :
taken so that the old man could leave , IK
would lot them have a continuance. The )
would not agree to this , and finding that
Justice Schurz would not do otherwise
they took a clmngo of venue to Jusliu
Abbott. That justice wanted to go eve
to Omaha yesterday afternoon , and so In
put the case down for thia nioniii ) ( , '
when the motion for n continuance wil
This moilo or procedure is gottlut' I
bo quite n common trick with confulenc
men. As long an witnesses are on th.
ground , ready to testify , they are anxiuu :
fur delays , thus tiring out the witness
but if the witness is not on hand thoi
they are in a hurry to be tried righ
Ed , Bates , of the police force , hai
some little talk and talk back with Pot
Skinner lust evening which caused Bate
to pull off his star , give up hia club'nm
quit the force.
Tlio Now JloiiNc.
Congressman Pusey haa receive' ! th
following letter , which is uelf-oxplana
R SuriniVIM.NU AllUHITKUT , '
August 28 , J881. J
Hon. AV. IJ. M. Pusoy , Council Llufli
Sir : Acknowledging your favor of tin
23d instant , I huvu the honor to ndvitu
you that thu uuporintondent hna been
authorized to do the piling nnd concrete
foundation of the Council lilulfe building
by duys labor , nud that the dnwing for
stonework of thu basement uro com
pleted nnd the work will bo lulvordeucl
for no BOOH as Bpucilicationa can bo pro *
pared , which will be in ninplo season to
] > revent any delny when the piliin , ' und
concrete ia roady. Very respectfully ,
M. E. BULL ,
involution Notice ,
The firm of Schmidt ifc Iltloy has this
day been diisolvud by mutual consent ,
0. A. Riley retiring , and II. Schmidt
continuing the buninufs. All accounts
will l > o eottlfd by II , Schmidt.
Council Bluff * , Sept 1st.
0 , A. JlitHv ,
H. SCHMIDT ,
I IKSONAI/ .
Jiilm 1' , Organ , of NYoln , was In the city
] ) r. C. 1J. .Iwld , of the electric bolt fain" ,
i.i3 gunr1 < > ( itlnni'll ,
Siil 'rvi8irs I'ruin , Itushton , nnd Kirkwood ,
wcro nt the 1'nclfic yitcnlny.
J. ] 5. Hlnkcfrml II. A. Cnneifpivey , of Avo-
in , wcro In the city yesterday.
( icorgn 1 ! . Davis startotl out on the road to-
lay , in the interest of Do Vol & . Wright.
W. C. Knlgonml C , Knltroliavo started
nit on the toad , each with four honvy * nmi > lo
aisc * of Mueller's goods.
rnciil Drnck , ono of IVrogoy & Moore's
x'H naloxincti , li hero on nbiiof ntiiy. lie I"
wnyH welcome huro.
A. D. Tatiiplo , who win connected with H.
, V. TorRiison As Co. ; of this city , is now gonrr-
inanngor of the Kmi n J Jfc Association , of
I'red H. Davis , who hns been with Shugart ,
iVntlo & Wein , for a year pint as book-keeper ,
, ml who wai previously the treasurer of the
Shugnrt Implement Co. , has wcicd his con
nection with the house , nntl will engage in
Dr. 1'inncy yentcrdny received n toll-gram
'rom his cousin , Congressman Herr , of Michi
gan , stating that the latter'H , oldest daughter
laughter wr.n very ill , nnd inking him to come
, o Hnginaw nt onco. Tlio doctor made all nr-
nngotnentB to RO last night.
John Nicholson , who Is now located nt the
lock yards in Omaha , wns over on this eiilo
ihaking hands with his ninny friend * . He
icenm well Halisfiud with his proBnectti in his
, ew location , nnd line already been offered for
is pioperty nn advance- what ho paid.
Charles nnd Jlenry l'nschi-1 , eons of the old
, nd respected citizen , Henry PABclicl , leave
.odny for South ] k-nd , Ind , , to re.sumu their
: ourso of study nt Notre Damu University.
'licj- won honors loflt yciir , nnd will doubtless
iinintnin their high innk in their classes this
Col. Swan has loturncd from his eastern trip
laving been gene about two months , visiting
ulativea in Ohio , Indiana , nnd other plnccH.
lo visited ono brother nnd other relatives
whom ho had not seen before for thirty or
i > rty yonra. JIo not only had a happy trip ,
i\it gained In health , ul o.
T. S. Slovens , of the Chicago & Kook Island ,
uturnod yestcrony from hia western trip.
iVhcn ho started ho intended going to Cnlifor-
iin'but nt Ogden hia friends got him to xwitch
IF nnd tile In soinu of the wild econory of
daho. Ho nlso visited Cheyenne , Salt Lake ,
ml other points , nnd returned to hia arduotu
duticH here , lefreahcdnnd rested.
The city council could got no quorum
ast evening and adjourned until tonight.
C. M. Brookings , of Tokemah , Nob. ,
called at Tin : BKI : oflico yesterday in
company with C. F. Adams. Mr.
Brookinga Is the father of the young man
who got into so much trouble by leaving
babe on the donr stop of Mr. Jennings' '
residence. Mr. Brookings has acquaint
ances in this city , among them ox-
Mayor Bowman , who cheerfully
boar testimony to his high standing
and respectability , and ho has
hastened hero to see that his daughter's
reputation is not injured by any unjust
suspicions. Those who are conversant
with the facts have been convinced that
the girl is not the mother of the child ,
and the fact that she so readily acknowl
edged all the details as to what tiho did
with the child , and so freely told who aho
was nnd whore she belonged , naturally
strengthens the belief that the lube was
loft with tier by a woman on the train ,
who did not come back after it , and that
in her frantic attempt to get out
of the predictmcnt she disposed of the
child by leaving it nt the Jennings resi
dence. The young woman as well as the
family seems to have borne n good repu
tation , and Mr. Brookings says the un
pleasant notoriety caused by the sensa
tional event comes aa heavy as a death in
the household. Admitting the young
woman's story to bi > true , and that she
was imposed on herself , it was a terri
ble mistake on her part when she sough
to got out of the scrape by practicing the
same kind of imposture on some ono
else , and the trouble caused her
should servo us a warning to others
to squeal lustily to anybody and every.
body , when n baby is loft on their handa ,
instead of trying to slip out on thu bly ,
Mr. Adams also has had an interest it :
having Mr. Brookings visit the city , as
his connection with the case as prosccut
ing attorney has been unfavorably com.
mcntod on , and hu is dosirioiu that the
public shall understand that ho had good
reasons for not prosecuting the caao fur
thor , and that instead of urging the young
woman to leave the city ho kept her hero
at his house two d ys and urged her to
stay longer , and that ho then telegraphed
her father to come hero in order that nil
the facts might bo got at , and shown ur
Itcnl KHtnto Transfers.
The following tr.insforu were lilod It.
the county clerk's oflico yesterday and
reported for Tun BKK '
by Amos' roil estate
tate agency , September 1 :
Horace Everett to Charles Hood , n i
1 H o . } , 015 , .11 § 027.
Edward Ltn mack to Catharine Lang
nnek , o A n o | , S. % ' . ) , -I , $1-100.
11. T. llryant to Isnno Donnoy , lot 5
block , Boors' add , § Mf > .
Churli-B Heed to W. H. Chrisman i
wi no | , 0 , 70,41 , § 1,050.
U. M. Smith to 11. H. Woodmancy
trustee , lot 10 , block i > , Macodonia'i
add , S500.
11. 11. Woodmancy , trustee , to 0. M
Smith , lots 1 and , block 10 , Macedo.
ilia's add , $100.
J. II. Crommoll to J. II. Henry , w '
s w } , and w.n w and a e } a w } , ll > , 7 ( < i
Remember thu literary pociul nt the
rooms of the V. M. 0. A. , No. 12 North
Main atruut , vliia evening nt 8:15 : ,
' . ' . lUviJIiif ? Miss Ida Wnllair.
! ! . Holt Mr. Kliuur Stauy ,
I. lU'fltutlou Air. Clias. J.ouclcH ,
0. Tuck J. X. ( J. Wylie.
( i. Mu Ic.
7. DisciiM-lon , "LWIeHin the Air , " J. ! ' .
lljrku and otliurn ,
8. .Solo , MieaLizzie Itscer
I ) .
10. . ,
Mrs , n , J , Hilton , M n , , .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
322 Middle Brotdviy , council Blufl , , '
We will give $25 for any horse we cannot
cure of interfering , knee cut
ting or forging ,
All Shoes are Hand Made and NO MACHINE
SHOES USED. All Work Guaranteed.
719 Broadway COUNCIL BLUFFS
MAXDEMAKERS & VAN ,
ffia n H
STA R BUILDING A SPECIALTY.
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Slutsmnn St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the city or country solicited. Prompt attention and satisfaction
W. P. ALYSWORTH
Fruroo Houses mo\cj on tlio LITTIK GIANT trucks and any distance and over any Und of ground.
IlllICK HOUHi:3 : raised. All work guaranteed.
W. I' . AYLSWOKTU , 1010 Ninth street .
Pntlow Ti Etc.
, Ulllltjljf , il ; .
tf Srccal attention by mall *
COUNCSL BLUFFS , BA.
WHOLESALE DEALiEUSBIN ]
TT A ffwo ft A "D <
nnd 344 IJ road way. OODNOIL BLUFFS ICHV
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
HAMS , BACON RIED BEEF , SALT PORK AVD LARD ,
742 Broadway - Council Bluffs.
NOTICE. Special a vcrtlsement * , eiia aa Lost ,
Pound , To Loan , For Silo , To Rout , Wants , BoardIng -
Ing , etc. , will bo Inserted In tills column at tbo low
rate ol TEN CENTS l'iK : LINK ( or tbo first Insettlon
Mid FIVE CENTS PER LINE lor eacb subsequent n-
ssrtlon. Leave advertisements at our offloo , No.
I'oail Street , near Broadway
and excellent ) unman llestot rclcruiec
( , 'uori. Aililti' s ( J , HKK olllco , Council liltilfa.
IT'OK 8ALK At a InrKHin.n frouli sotck of Viuga
JL' and Miillcinu , fiirnltino nml Ihturca , In stateroom -
room No. 1C8 U ) > pcr lirondunj ; rent low , luaeo runs
met thruo ycard , Apiily at once to A. SHOE-
MAKEIt. M. n
" \\7'ANTED Dinliic room plrl Imnicillotelj' . WORCB
\ $15 i > cr month , apply of Steward , Ogdcn
E1UK SALK My roslilenos , curlier 7th avoiulo ami
10th street. If taken BOOH will et.ll ( or sJ-.COJ
below \aluo. Will alia cell liirnlturo , carpets , io. ,
ftll or In iiart. II not Bold at unco will rent | irwnl-
SCH , with bouse ( urnUbed or unfurnished , at
moderato rent. Any ono thinking of niuklnj ;
tbclr homo In Council lllulld 111 do well to lincstl-
Itato this offer. It la tlio best bargain everoITercd
in the city. M A lll'TON.
OLD 1'APEIIS For ealo At DKB olllco , at 26 cents
WANTED Kvory boilym Council Binds to take
TmsBKi. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
centu a woek.
A CENTS Ladles anil pontlcincn can ni.iko first
xclofa wanca by eelllni ; the "Champion Besom
Strvcthcr and ronlnK Board. " Ketulla at tl.OO.
Any l.vly can do up line ehlrt without a wrlnkU
mil ( -lcvn It aa nlcelyaatliobcstlaundrlcacan.Addrceu
( or paitlcularu U. B. 8. i I. Co. , lisa oflioo. Councl
Ulutl * .
. oo. .
100LUN ] \ STREET ,
"OUN01L ULUPF8 . - - IOWA
J.It. TATK. WAIUIK.V W1IITK
I'ractloo In Htato and Federal Courts.
Collodions promptly attended to.
Uonm 1C , Slmgart'i"
COUNCIL 1JLUFKS , IOAVA.
JACOB SIMS. E. P. CADWELL
SIM3& CAUWELL ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Olllco , Main Street , Hooini 1 and 2 rihugart \ Mo-
Mahon'd Block. Will practice In htitu am ! Federal
L , 0. BEAOKETT
224 & 220 Urotvdway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . lOrVA ,
Justice of the Peace ,
Omaha and Council Blnffr.
Real ostata collection agency , Odd Fellow3 Block
jver Savings Bank.
rnos. orncim , U. H. PDS T.
Doalera la Foreign > nd cmostla Kicbunso nn
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No .35 I'carl Street - Council BluUd on a.
Railway Time Table.
The following are the times of the arrival 'and do-
narturo of trains by central standard time , at the
[ ocal depots. Trains leave transfer depot ton mln
U.DS earlier and arrive tvn minutes later.
CHICAGO , HUttLISOTON AND qCIHCT.
6:35 ] im Chicago Express 0:00 : a in
9:40 : a ni Fa t Mall. 7:00 : pu <
6:46 : a m 'Mall anil Express , 7'Jin : |
12-0 : p m Accommodation. 2.30 p in
At local depot only.
KANSAS CITY , 8T. JOB AND COUltCIL BLtTF.1 ,
IOOS : a m ( Mall and Express , J7OS : p m
8:05 : p m I'aclllo Exprcsd , 6:50 : p m
CUICAQO , UUWAtlKXK AND HT. PADl.
6:25 : p m Kxprees , 0:05 : a m
9:15 : a m Express , 0:55 : p m
CII10AOO , EOCK I3MM ) AND riClHC.
6SO p m Athntlo Exprtxj , 0:06 : a in
9:25 a m Day Express , 0:54 : p in
7:20 : a in Doslfolnes Accommodation , 6:05 : p in
"At local depot only ,
WABASU , BT , LOU I a AMP I'ACIFIO ,
1:20 am Mall. 4l&pro :
6:10 : pin Accommodat.ori U.OOam
ouicAcoand ORTUWUlnKK ,
6:30 : p m Kxproim , 0:60 : p m
9:25 : a u > Paoilla Kxprces 0:05 : a m
B10UI CITT AN'D rAClH7. i
7:10 : pm St. i'aul Exprosa , 8:50 : a in
7.20 a m Day Kxpruas 0:60 : p u
8:00 : p m Western KxprNS , S:35 : a m
11:00 : am I'adtlo Kjpresa , 4:10 : pm
7:40 : n m Local Express , 0:6-1 : a in
12:10 : a ut Lincoln Express ,
At Trnmfor only.
DUHMT IlUl.SU TO OilAlIA ,
ve-7:20-8:30-0:30-10:30-n:40a. : : : : : . m. 1SO-S:3 : :
8:30-4:30-5 : : 0-8:30-11:06 : : p. in Sunday 0:30-11:10 : :
a in. l:303:305iiO:30llC6 : : : : p. in. Artlvo 10 ulu
to hcfori ) \iii'tlniH )
N. 8CHUKZ ,
OFFICE OVBR AllKlUCAN E.Xl'nES3.
OUNCIT. . BLUFFS . 10W A
E , Rice M. D ,
or other tumors removed without U
Inlfo or drawloK o blood.
Over blrty yeara rractlcil eiperlenci 0 co Ko
IVar troot , Council bluflj
XJTConcultitloa Ireo IU
[ .H. HORNE & C0.3
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo mnko n specialty , nt our EASTERN factoryTof FINE HAVANA nd
YAIIA CIGARS. All Cigars aold by UB are of our own mnnufncturo and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , | C52 Broadway , * .
U. H. 1IORNE&CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , . ; IOWA.
SMITH & TOIjIiEIt ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 nnd 0 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
OPPEB , FOE SALE REGARDLESS COST
Light Koad Wacone , Piano Box Top aod Open Buff-les , Brewstcr Top and Open Bugplcs , Windsor Top
and Open Uuirgics , Vboeton * ol all Idndaand two Seated Carriages. All of the aboio nio of my own manu
facture and guaranteed the best of stockand llrs'-class In c\cry particular. Send ( or descriptive circular.
fSTFactory and Olllco 27 , 20 and 31 Fourth htrect , Council Blurts.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , nnd aold for the least money nt 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Mannfactarcr.
urtalns , In Lace , Elflt , Turcoinan.tEte. , , Oil clothsSMattings , Linoleums Ets
Choicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST , V
omo nnd bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods In our line. '
hcapoat place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishinga in the
C'tv. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Nou. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - .COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care ,
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed bj FBANZ LISZT.
Unrhnlled or Tone or 1'inlshi
Best Modern Price to Buy.
The Kimball Orfran , so long and favorably known in the west , rficommonds itself.
J. L. STI3WAUT , Solo Agent for above linen of Goods. Wareroonia , 320 IJroaclway ,
Con ncil Blulls , Iowa. Corrcspondonco Solicited. Agents Wanted.
Metalic Gaskets and Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
TELEGRAPH ORDERS PIIOMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
3XTo. OLS 3XT. 2XEixi. . SSt. . CJox.iia.oil
The remaining HATS on hand will be Sold Below
Cost to make room for New Goods ,
A Full Line NOTIONS always Hand
J. J. AUWERDA , 317 Broadway , Council
Furniture and appointments all now. Nos. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
Waves throe inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
lto$20 each , Hair ornamoms given with every
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended pur to ,
Waves made of Ladies' ' combings at 50c per inch ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS , J. J GOOD 29 IVJain Stree
EVERYTHING ! /ll'.STCLASU.
No * . 217 nnd 219 S. Main St. , - COUNCIL BLUFFS
BE. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3VCO Eiv trio l ! lt the oath June by ue.
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