Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 11, 1884, Page 6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    b
DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER , 11 1884.
THE DAILY BEE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Thursday Morning September 11 ,
suiiscniiTioN
--ontu r wttk
- p
I'y Carrier - - - - - -
ByXUtI - . " 110.00 i > erj CM
OFFICH :
No. 7 Pearl Street , Near Broadway.
- M
MINOR MENTION ,
See Hoitcr's now fall stock of cloth
ing.
Tlio circuit court was not in session
yesterday.
Brix vs. McLonn will [ jccupy the nt-
tontion of the circuit court this morn
ing.
The patriotic citizens of Dennison nro
taking slops to organize a militia com
pany.
George W. Motzgor and Amandn Lin-
dor were issued a marriage hcouso yes
terday.
The Carleton Opera Company porforn :
od to a fair sized audience at Dohany
last night.
The Dandmann Baudot company or
booked for Dohany's Friday and Satur
day evening next.
The corn crop of this part of Iowa ii
reported by the farmers to bo beyond
danger from the frost.
Erail Prtlmor and Alma Petersen , botli
of PJattsmouth , Neb , , wore yesterday
given permission to wed.
The Crawford county fair is in pro-
gresa at Dennison this wo ok , and largo
numbers are in attendance.
Barnum's bill posters were yesterday
busily engaged in posting up bills at con
venient places all over the city.
The case of Marquol vs. Doorillnqor
occupied the attention of the supreme
court the greater part of yesterday.
The BlulT City steamer was yesterday
stowed away in the waro-rooms of Bow
man Rohror & Co. , where it will prob
ably remain until it is disposed of.
A gang of men are at work near the
city jail , in bundling up willows , which
are being used in rip-rapping Indian
Orook , near the Bryant street bridge.
Hose cart ! No. 4 is now temporarily
quartered at the lloscuo angina house ,
until suitable quarters can bo erected at
Bomo convenient point on Main street.
'
The waterworks were runing moro direct
pressure yesterday , while the reservoir
was being cleaned out. Water will bo
supplied from the reservoir this morning
na usual.
Twenty pounds of grapes , carefully
packed in a clean now bosket , can now bo
bought on the streets of Council Blull'a
for 70 cents. They will doubtless bo
cheaper still as the crop is oiiormous.
The Shcnandoah fair is in progress
this week , commencing Tuesday last.
The attendance yesterday was good , and
the present prospects are good for the
financial success of the association.
The Western Union telegraph com
pany are removing the poles of their line
on Broadway and replacing thorn wjth
larger and tailor ones , sot inside the
curbing as directed by the city council.
The oloctrio bolt business of Messrs"
Judd it Smith has HO increased that they
have found it necessary to remove their
factory to No. . ' 10 Bancroft street. Their
oflico still remains nt No. 31 ! ) Broadway.
Billy Smith the baggage man , has
in ado several contracts lately with the
show people who uro coming horo. llo
contracts to take the baggage and all the
members of the troops to and from the
depots.
The paving on Upper Broadway is
progressing satisfactorily , and it is ex
pected the work will bo completed as far
as the Ogden house by Saturday night
if Vaughan can place the rest of the city
securities.
In the divorce case of Bargoo vs. Burgoo -
goo the bonds of matrimony were legally
severed as prayed for in the petition of
the plaintiff. Mrs. Burgoo failed to
secure the desired alimony , but was given
the custody of the child.
The city bastilo was completely do
netted yesterday , save two victims who
nro "serving their time. " Not a dis
turber of the pence , confidoncu man or
oven a common drunk could bo found to
dispel the loneliness that surrounded the
city cooler.
A. B. Walker is not by any moans a
light woijzht , but ho is not quite so heavy
as ho imagines. Ho thinks ho weighs n
ton. This remarkable halucinatlou Is
caused by the fact that a now son has
arisen to rule the day , also the night a
his houso. Ilis name is William.
A good sized team of horses were
stuck on a crossing in front of the Pa
cifio house yesterday with a load of dirt
The horses were unhooked and n small
insignificant looking pair of mules at
ached thereto , and the wagon immed
iately came out of that ditch.
At the democratic congressional convention
tion hold at Atlantic yesterday , Hon. W ,
II. M. Pusoy , of this city , was nominated
od for re-election on the first ballot. Ful
proceedings of the convention will be
found elsewhere in the columns of TUB
BEE this morning.
The case of Williams vs. Atkins , whicl
was to have been tried before Justice Ab
bott yesterday , was continued one week ,
owing to the indisposition of the court.
Mr. Abbott ha n it been fooling able to
transact buiincss for the past few daye ,
and matter ! before him will probably re
mainunltiol until ho feels able tore
urao.
The delegates from thU phco to the
democratic congressional convention at
Atlantic yesterday were joined by dele
gates from surrounding towns in the
morninp , and proceeded to the Uock
Island depot en maaso , headed by the
Bavarian band. There was nearly a
street car full of delegates and music
ians.
Yesterday moraine .John and Thomas
Maloney returned from their sad mission
to Warsaw , Indiana , where on Saturday
last they laid to rest the remains
of their aged father. Their many friend
in Council Bluffs extend their sinceri
sympathy to the Maloney brothers , wh
are well known to our citizens. Bill ,
remains in Warsaw a few days to sottl
up the business affairs of his father.
The letter carriers1 ball last ovonin
was the event of the season. The oven
ng waa a perfect one , and the crow
argo. Everybody was in the best c
spirits , nnd all enjoyed themselves. Th
Bavarian band furnished the music fo
those who chased the Hooting hours will
lying foot , while for the pleasure of the ?
who preferred to sit and listen , the colored
orod glee club and the Soronadors dia
coursed harmonious sounds.
Word wns received here yoatorday tha
daughter of 0. \ ) . Smith , residing a
Clarinda , had run away from homo. The
following Is the description given of her
BIuo eyes ; blonde ; had a suit of ligh
blue , white straw hat trimmed with whiti
lace ; a string of black beads were nround
her nock , and she carried a rod leather
pocket-book. Her anxious parents iril
bo glad to rccoivo any tidings of her
whereabouts.
An old woman , apparently on the
shady side of GO , and who was too full
for utterance or navigation , was picked
up la to yesterday afternoon at the Broad
way dummy depot. She had with her a
small child , but her explanation as to who
it belonged to could hardly bo relied upon ,
owing to her beastly state of intoxication.
The child was turned over to the care of
oflicor Hurley until the facts can bo as
certained. She gave her name as Shay.
The ( .board of directors of the state
agricultural society of Iowa have ap
pointed n committee to wait upon Gov
ernor Sherman and urge upon him the
locossity of immediate action to prevent
, ho introduction of plouro-pnoumonia
imong Iowa cattlo. Shipments of cattle
md calves from Illinois , where the herds
ire known to bo infected with the dis-
> aso , are being made daily into Iowa ,
hereby ha/.irding the great stock inter-
ists of this state. The board of directors
'ocomniom' the most stringent measures ,
ivcn to the scheduling of states where
ho disease is known to exist , and im-
nodiato action will probably bo taken
> y the governor , who is usually very
irompt in such emergencies.
VAUQHAN'S ' OAED ,
Xluit Has Created So Much T ll .
Since the democratic convention in
Jhicago there has boon considoniblo talk
bout the card that Mayor Vaughan 1ms
icon presenting to his newly made ac-
unintancos in the oast. During the
onvontion several parties hoard of or
aw this wonderful card , and it has cro-
ted so much comment and especially
Inco the mayor has boon tryiug ( ? ) to
oil the bonda in Now York , Philadelphia
wd Boston , that Tin : Bri : has concluded
o give its numerous readers in thin city
ho contents of this wonderful piece of
ardboard in full.
THU CAHI )
ontnlna on ono side tlio following :
'oimlatinii in 1S"0 , 10,000.
I'opulallon in 18SI , 311,000.
I'Otl.NUII , III.UFfH , IOWA.
W. U. VAUGHAN , MAVOH.
ivciiml tcrmiif ollico uxphua Almch 17,1831.
Noble ( Jr.intl Arch of luwit , U. A. 0. 1) .
Past Gninil I'iflnto K. of 1' .
KoprcNonlulivo to U. S. ( iriinil Lodyo.
Iti'liresontutlvo to Iowa Giand Jjotlgc.
ON Till ! JlKVEKSi : HIDE 18 I'HISTCU
A Virginian by Birth.
A lloaident of Alabama up to 18 ( ! ( ! .
For further particulars call at Pryor'a
UKB job printing ollico , No. 7 Poarlo
itrcot , whore the nbovo referred to cards
ivoro printed.
Soll-DoHtruoclon ,
The Crawford County Bulletin of this
week contains the following particulars
) the sulcido of Matt Cook :
Lust Wednesday aftoronon the body of
\Fatt Cook of
Jackson township , was
found cold in death in a cornfield near
Ilia houso. The body lay upon its side ,
wrhilo a gun , over the trigger of which
were the tines of a pitchtork , indicated
the manner of death. The charge enter.
od just bolovr the loft eye , tearing ofl
the entire top of the head , a portion of
the brains and ncull being ucatturod i
distance of liftnoii foot. Cook hud evi
dently placed the gnu in position , and
fired it by pushing the trigger with his
pitchfork. Ho was working with a
threshing machine and tola his friends
that ho was going over to the cornfield
to kill a badger. His body was found
about entity rods from the machine , by
I'm ' . , wfo , ' who wollt m B0aroh l ° r " > ' .
\MuIo the evidence
at tha inquest wus
not of a character to justify verdict of
suicide , as there eoomud in bo no motive ,
there is little if doubt
any but that it was
n case of eelf-destruction. Mr. Cook
was but 22 years old and had been mar
ricd throe months on the day of hii
doath. Ho was of
n man quiet , exemplary
emplary habits , a hard workur and an
honest , conscientious fellow , above the
average , in talent and popular with his
friends. It is ullugod that ho had on.
gaged in noino stock trades that worried
him and preyed upon his mind.
The following were the nhipmouta of
Block from the union stock yards ;
Snow Oattlo company , a80 hood , to
Chicago , vhi Northwestern.
J.V Wiggins , ono u ref JIOCB , 70
ht-ad , to C'tiiongo. via Hock Mand.
H. J. lnBu'la & Co. , two cars of hogs ,
17. head , to Gliiyjgo , via Hook Island.
P. Krope , ono car of hog , 01 head , to
Chicago , via JVock Jslaud.
Our Mnynr Si III Mvcc.
The following telegram was received
by Thomas Bowman Tuesday night :
"Np.vr YniiK , September ! ) . Clausen
nnd I have just sold $50,000 worth of
bonds and placed the cish to the credit
of Council Blntls in the 1'ark National
bank.Vo will bo homo soon. I foci
that it is important that the bonds bo
sold regardless of homo and eastern op *
position. W. H. VAUOHAN.
What the securities sold for , according
to their value , the dispatch docs not
state , but the amount sold will not mo to
than pay for the improvements already
made , and it will therefore bo necessary
for Vauglmn to put in the balance of the
fall soiling the remainder of the securi
ties , unions his "early prospects" soon
materialize.
GOMMKltOIAh.
COUNCIL nturrs UABKKT.
COUNCIL llLUKKH , IOWA , Sept , 10 , 1881.
Wheat-No. 1 inllllnK , 7fi@80 ; No. 3 , C5@
70 : rejected f 0.
Corn Local purpose * , 40@'I5.
Oal Kor local purposM , 85 ® 10.
liny $10 00@1200 per ton ; 'baled , CO@CC
Kyo 10@15o.
Corn Meal 1 .10 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at ynrdg , G 00 ®
700.
700.Conl
Conl Delivered , hard , 11 CO per ton ; not
5 00 per ton
Lnrd FalrlmnkV wholesaling nt 9 c.
Flour City flour , 1 C0@3 SO.
Brooms 2 ! )5@3 ) 00 per doz.
L1VK HTOCK.
Cattle nutchor cowa 3 00@3 25. Butcho
itoora , OOft I UD.
. .
HORS 1 2u@ I 03.
rnonooE AND
Quotation * by .T , AI. St. John & Co , , com
mlBrtion merchants , 53 ! ! Broadway.
Poultry I.tvo old lions , 7c ; spring clilckcns
2 00@ ' _ ' CO per doz.
1'eachos ) \ bus , box , 1 00.
LomoiiR JCOgCOO jiorbox.
Butter Creamery , 18@20c ; country , C@
ICc.
Kgn ( II per dozon.
Vegetables Potatoes , 30 ® ICe per buchel ,
mlona , I0@00c per bu ; npploa , chcico cookm ( ?
> r oatiiiB , 2 C03 00 ; boann , 1 7C@2 00 per
mshol ; awuot Dotatoes 00xir bb ) .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE. Special a vortlaemcnto , 8110 as Lost ,
'ound , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent , Wants , Hoard
ag , etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at tbo low
ate of TKN CENTS I'EH LING for the Drat Insertion
nd FIVE CENTS PER LINK tor oaoh subsequent n
ortlon. Lcavo advertisements t our office , No.
'oarI Street , near llroadwav
WANTB.
[ 71011 HALE. $100 will Imy the line bred trottlnj ?
L1 horse , Young Almont , Jr. , erled by Almont , the
roHniroot trotters , sonnl Alexander' * Alnltllah ,
ire nt Goldsmith Maid. Vomit ; Almont's Drat dam
as by Dictator , second dam by OnualugM. Clay ,
nrd untn by Volunteer , sun tf Iljfdyk's Ilamble-
inlan. Young Almont , Jr. , Is n handsome brown
clillnif , 6 ycara old , 16 J hands high , weigh * 1 OJ
ouudo , lias Rood m no and tall , flno clean limbs ,
rid need sound foot , needno boots nrucltrhto ,
o\cr been trained for speed , but Is u natural tr t
: r ; ho showed three lie.itno\cr the Ashland tracV.
: y. , In 2:31 : , 2:31 : , and 2:3 : ? } . Ha It warranted to
liow the tlmonnd warranted Bound and kind. Ho
rotted a inlla to tbo polo in 2:35 , when owner pur-
tiBBod him ono voar ago , and paid UI.J60 for bin ) ,
it ) la good galled , level hcailtd and aetajcr. llo
as no imblio record to bar him In a race. To pro.
irohlmajjodhomnlsinoro object than prlto , OB
olaalaralli not Hofiarj iiMh'iig , can bo ilrUen
pa lady. Will oxpliin to purchaser why offered
i low. Ho can bo seen nd driven at any tlmo at
rivate ttaulo , No. 209 South Ninth etrcet , between
1 and 'M avenues , Council Dluffj , Iowa. N. Ii
'ill not deal with horse Jockej a.
'XrANTni * A waiter in a llrst cUi < i restaurant ,
r > li Ulli&MKTZUKK. C22 and 617 Broadway.
uuiK.ll llluirs.
[ TTANTKU Every body m Council Bluffs to take
VV TiiKllKn. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
jnts a week.
, Y7"ANTKD DlnliiR room Rlrl immediately. Wapcs
r T 810 per month , apply of Steward , Oirdon
touso.
7IOH HAI.i : My resi'lencj , corner 7th nvomiu and
. " 10th street. If taken soon will mil for SJ.OOJ
) low value. Will alio soil furniture , car | > cti ) , &o ,
1 or In part. If not sold at once will rent pruuil-
, with bouse furnished or unfurnished , at
odo'ato rent. Any ono thinking of making
iclr homo In Council lllulfa will \\olltolmc3tl- -
ito thin offer. It la tbo best bargain o\cr offered
thu city M A. Ul'TON.
) U > PAPERS For ealo at Una offlco , at 26 ccuta
a hundred.
I QKNTS Ladles Mill gentlemen can make first
Vclm wanes by soiling the "Champion Ilonom
recthcr and ronint' Board. " KctalU at $1.00.
nv lady can do up a flno ehlrt without a wrlnkUj
id flom ; It us niovly an the beatlaundrlorican. Addreso
rpaitlcularaO. 1J. S. & L Co. , Bun olllco , Counci
luffa.
luffa.If
If vou wish to TDuy a
SHAPE CRUSHER
OH A
Keystone luanufacturing
Co , Wo , 1501 Main St. ,
JOUNOIlj WAWi'S IOWA
Railway Time Table.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Tlio Mlo Ing are the llinoaol the arrival ml do *
Jitturo ot troliH liy oontral atmulanl tlmo , at tha
K I clciwU. Trrvlnu leave transfer depot ton mlu-
arll anil arrho tun inlnutofl later.
01IIOAUO , HUULlharON AND QU OI.
LBiVB. ARRIVIL
M35 p m Clilna o K > ] ircM' B.OO in
0:40 : it m KAHI Hall. 7iO : p ir
:45nm : Hall anil Ksprcsg , 713 pin
2UO : | i m Accommodation. S.iO | i m
"At local ilcjiot only.
HANHIH cur , r. Jon IND COU.NCIL BLUrn.
O.OS m tUail and Kxprutu , J7:05 : p m
8:05 : p ro I'aoltla Kxpromi , 6:6u : p in
OUIOAOO , tllLWAVKBII A.ND ST. MUL.
6:26 : p m ixirc : | ! , 0:06 : a m
B:16 : a m Kxprcsd , C:66 : p m
OUIOAOO , BOOK INLAND AND TACinr.
6:30 : p m Atlintla Kxurcas , 0:06 : a m
0:29 : ui Day Kiproua , 0:61 : p ru
7:20 : am "DoaMolnoi ) AooomnioJ tloni 0:06 : p ui
At loral depot nnly.
wABiiiii , ar. Uirm AND rAcino.
1:29 : am Mall , 4:15 : pro
610 ; pui Acoominodaton U.OOaiu
AI Transtur 'lily
oinoAooand OKTll ustiDUf .
6:30 : p ra KxprtM , 0:60 : p iu
9:25 : A m rooltlo Impress 0:08 : a iu
BIOUI cnr AND rAcinr.
' :40 : p m St. 1'aul Ksprvw , 8:60 : it m
' , 0 a m Day Kxpruwi 0:60 p m
UNION FACWO ,
8:00 : p m Wunti'rn Kxprcei , 8:36 : it m
1:00 : ra raclllo i : > pre , < : < 0pra
7:40 : n m Local Kxprcaa , 0:64 : it m
.2:10 : a m Lincoln Kxprowi ,
AtTrauiforonly.
PUUMT TKAI > 8 TO OXAIIA ,
Leave :30-0SO-10:30-U:10a. : : : : . in. 1BO-S:3 : :
1:30-4:30-6:30-0:30-11:05 : : : : : p m Sunday 0:30-11 : : 10
i in. l:30-3:30-6:3u-0:3ii-llu5 : : : : : .p. iu. Anita 10 uilu
o before lent IHK tlum '
W.R. VAUGHAN.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Council JluT ! ( > .
\oil caUto oollectloa kgonoy , OJi ] Fcllovti Block
H
DDR. O. O.
DENTIST.
100 MAIN STREET ,
OUN01I , IJLUfFB - . . IOWA.
AT. A
ts&s
103 MAIN STEEET ,
Council Bluffs Iowa
, - - - ,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
AND
Musical Instruments of Every Description
I claim to Imvo tlin hesb selected slock and ln-gnst variety of any
me about hero I can duplicate New York nnd Chicago prices every
time ; and that Isell low those wno are and have been my customers wu'
bear me out.
My line oE Plush Goods is especially fine , such as Albums , Odor
Cases , ' .Toilet Sets , Ladies' Arm Bags , Purses , etc.
I have the largest stock and best variety in Cups and Saucers , Vases ,
Toilet Sets , Jin Toys , Dolls , Doll C-vrriages , Wagons , Sleds. Carts and sean
an without an end.
As my traveling agent may not get around to sec you in time , ! will allow
fou 5 per cent on any bill i'or traveling expanses if you will call at my
itore and make your selections. JMy samples will ready by October , 1st ,
1884. I guarantee low prices.
Assortments of Toys from 8100 to § 5.00 put up ready to ship.
WHOLESALE
Cutlery , Tilers'
arSrccil attention by mail
urnituro nnd appointments all now. NOB. 208 aud 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by FRANZ Liszr.
EMERSON PIANOS.
Unrhallcd or Tone or rinlshi
KIMBALL PIANOS
Boat Modern TricotoBur.
The Kttnbnll Orir.in , BO long and favorably known in the west , rPcommonilB itsolf.
J.L.STKWAHT , Solo Agout for above lines of Goods. Warorooius , 329 Hroadway ,
/ouncil IJlulFs , Iowa. Corruapoudenco Solicited. Agouts Wanted.
Syietalic Caskets anil Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGET
3.S2 i\T. 3VC\.ixx JGJt. . CCoxz.xa.oi3L
tlas Enlarged and lie-fitted flis Store , aud Oilers Extra Inducements to
Purchasers of DRY GOODS , FANCY GOODS ,
LADIES' AND GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS.
734 Broadway , - Council Bluffs ,
On Monday , Sept , 8 , we Degin to make a
large reduction in the prices of HOSIERY
and LADIES' UNDERWEAR ,
A Full Line of NOTIONS always on Hand
J. J. AUWEEDA & CO. , 317 Broadway.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
IPi-oipx-ioto
bdl " fill
- CYKKYTUINQIHSTCLABS. . -
217 mid 21 OS. Main St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS
DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Kluctrlo Iltlli lo'il ( or tb iroutli ol Juno by us.
Agents Wanted !
Iletmnocs-Auy ft tlio kiuliKBi liousci ID Council Dluffj. J'JDD i. SMITH I'ropiletots.
10 1UNOROFT STIlfKT - COUNCIL HLUFPS-
WIIOLESALK DBALEUS IN
. .
am AI iw ma M mn _ n o nx im mm &qt iwwytyl wy < ma rim my | y
HATS , CAPS BUCEGLOYES ,
tud 841 COOKOIL BLUFFS
[ .H ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make a specialty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA w
YAIIA CIGARS. All Cigars sold by us are of our own manufacture and warrant
as rcproaentcd.
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway,1 ;
11. H. H011NE&CO. , I COUNCIL BLUFFS , - J IOW.
SMITH Jk TOMjKH , AK S ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 0 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and Bold for the least money nt 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Manufacturer ,
urtalns , In Lace , Fl k , iTurcoman55Etc ; g Oil clothsMattlnga ! , Linoleums Eto
JBhoioest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
y' § $ and bo convinced that wo nro headquartora for all goods in our lino.
* "hoapost place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Houao Furnishings In the
C'ty. Upholstering nnd Bedding Supplies.
NOB. 5 , 7 nud 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Pro mpfcly ( i , 11 j <
OFFEB FOE SALE EtEGAEDLESS COST
Light lload Wagons , Piano Box Top ard Open Buggies , Brcnstcr Top and Open Buggies , Windsor Top
ind Open Buggies , 1'haeton * of all kinds and two Seated Carriages. All of the aboxoare of myo nmanu
l.tcturo and guaranteed the beet of etock.and llra'-cliss in every particular. Send for descriptive circular.
fSTFactory and Olllco 27 , 2D and 31 Fourth Mreet , Council Bluffs.
MANDEMAKERS &
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY ,
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders iu the city or country solicited. Prompt attention and satisfaction
Guaranteed.
ALYSWQ&TE.
Fr rso HoiippnrmHcil on the LlTTDi : CIANr trucks and any dlstanco nud Over any kind ol ground
BUICK HOUSCS ralsid. All worl. guaranteed.
W.'l' . AYLSWOHTIT , K10 Ninth street
COUNOIIj BLUFFS.
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
" . < Je
Waves three inch part 65c , Goquetts lOo each , Switches
$1 to $20 each , Hair ornamenta given with every pur-
nhase , 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 X
/ * .
" ? , \
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
HAMS , BAWN RIED BEEF , SALT PORK AW LARD ,
Broadway - Council Bluffs