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6 THE DAILY BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS SATURDAY NOVEMBER ' 29
THE DAILY BEE.
< 0QTJNCIL BLUFFS ,
Saturday Morning Nov. 29
By Currier _ oonta pet irttl
810.00 per yea
Ha. 7 Pearl Street , Heir Jlroaaway.
MINOR MENTION ,
Now goods nt Bliss * ,
n. II. Stewart , artist , nt Chapman's.
See J. Reltcr'B now ntock of cloths.
The council is to moot Monday even
Spiritual sociable this evening. Music
The district court opens hero on the
Hth of December.
ThankBRtving day resulted in six drank
' bolng gobbled up ,
Ladies' elatiouory nt cnt prices at Sea
man'o closing oat sale.
Kpmombor the closing out aalo ol
cloaks at II. Friedman's , 'Ml Broadway.
Blank books and all oflloo stationery
at low prices nt Seaman'a closing oul
The exhibition of wonderful bicycle
acts nt the rink to-night ought to draw
The Bavarian band orchestra loft last
evening for Woodblno to play at n dance
at that place last night.
Persons desiring line portraits for the
holidays , ahould place their orders with
S to wart , the artist , in advance.
Justice Abbott yesterday tied the knot
tight making George A. Parker and Mra.
Mattiu Fairbanks husband and wife.
Eleven criminal cases were yesterday
certified up to the district court from the
anporior court for the grand jury to not
Cbnrloj N. D. Leonard and Mies
lUohol D. Johnson were married at Kiel's
hotel Thanksgiving day by Rov. T. .
About thirty destitute families were
given relief by the contributions
brought into St. Paul's church Thanks
At All Saints chapel , Pierce atroot ,
10:30 : n. m. Sunday school , 2 p. m.
prayer mooting , 7 p. m. preaching by
Elder Joseph McDonald.
Two Strode tailors in driving about in
ono of Mace Wiso'a livery rig , ouccoodod
in gottt'ng the buggy tipped ever and
smashed. Cause , too much booze.
L. 0. Taylor , who was nrroatod for at
tempting to steal a trunk from Roll's at
hotel , had his examination yesterday ,
and was hold to nwait the notion of the
Forbearance ia coasiug to bo n virtue ,
and if there cannot bo a oufliciont police
force to rid this city of the ganp of row
dies , thiovoa nnd awindlons' who infest it , .
the citizens hod bettor organize. ill
Chief Skinner was yesterday nerving ao
notices on nil hnngors-nround of the
g ambling shops , oxoopt tno regular em
ployes , that they must leave the city or
bo liable to nrrost as vagrnnta ,
"To bo , or not to bo , that ia the quoo- >
tion " Spiritual circle to-morrow ( Sun
day ) afternoon and evening at 2 nnd 7:30 : irTI
o'clock , iu Spiritual hall , entrance on cli
Main nnd 1'oarl atroota via Blairs , two clic
doora aouth of the poatoilioo.
Parmita to marry hnvo boon granted
tr Gaorgo A. Barker and Mrs. Matllo
Fairbanks , both of Council Blulfi ; Fur-
gor Stamp and Mary linger , bnth of
Shnlby ; 0. N. D. Leonard nnd Haohnol
D. Johnson , both of this city.
Ono of these who "aworo off last Now
Year's for twelve montha waa nt a little
dance out in the country .Thanksgiving
night , and the temptation of u keg of
beer on the porch ia anld to have proved
too , much for him , and just ns ho waa
wn < i i dnonkiug aomo of the froth ho was caught
? i 4 < \ ti' < by.ilni'ccowd ,
(9 I r . . ( ' > , Fred ir6wn was before Judge Aylos-
1 j' ViW9lh' ' 'iyS'tijfday ' on n charge of horao-
' < * ' ' " " 'atoallng.Hffls the man who proposcdlo
"i ttitfdoctor tho-Bickhorao to
* belonging nn cm-
ii wjigrauiy aud wlio/vrpli dksroliing the horse
tiilfl ' on'.tlip alroot vuldejily disappenrod with
* ' /.T IM tUo'fltoed , J The ° horse iwas afterwards
* * * * * * < I
* f J i | y < * f |
J upd oo& 'iia lailo or > : trro away. The
emigrant was not lioro/.h.Vi'J / ovoral other
H v Ioon , wheat
in ono hanij nnd tpado' i , motion to
K bo takcn
to tjiaBtatiouL aim yentorday ip oppoarod
t ihfdonrc wltH a ere itad " ] , j\nfl aubmittod
. , to87.fiOfiipM- ) < a
- " - '
-'Charles Hwfan ,
us lP94 JuiiH0f ? j J Olmo V
t' ' Btr ligp'acUura BlIo 1 aai to have had
rinK , and
tUo'cither'aijIrl'turoBae years older ,
; 5lu Wo MMJ U , Ho la Bald
4 * tp .Jiavpi ppon.y ji lens with the
boor , aud
ent for an
id just gone
Into a uoaiaof yueaypry putaUon , and
the smaller of the girU was i landing
cryioRou tbo corner. It ia understood
that the young man will hare a aorious
charge to answer , that of assault with in
tent to rape ,
The two wo ncn who BO unmercifully
pounded tbo keeper of their boarding
house with boor muqi , wcro before the
police court yesterday nnd pleaded f > nilly
The little ono , Pearl Shnw , was fined § i
nnd coste , while the heavy weight , who
weighs over 200 pounds , wns fined , o
course , heavier , her tax being § 50 nnc
cos , nnd in defaultof payment she wen
to jail. Ic was learned that what causoc
the row between the women wns five
pints of whlskoy , two bottles of wlno
and three gallons of boor , nil drank by
the three in ono night. Such n houto
near the business center oC the city
cannot bo aupprcMod too quickly ,
Order * by telephone for flour , food
wood , coal , nnd hay , will bo promptly
filled by Cook & Cooper , 700 Broad
Telephone to No. 113 for dry hare
Btovo wood and kindling. Big supply
Prices low. PLATT OVKUTON.
THE BAPTIST OHUKOH ,
Kov. J. (5. Ijcnicn UculKiiH the
tnrnlo to Give Ills Untlro Atten
tion to tlio Homo of tlio
The announcement is now made thai
Rov. J. 0. Lemon has roiignod the pastorate -
torato of the Baptist church , nnd will
give his entire attention to the Homo ol
FriondloBa , of which ho is manager.
As there ia no oalary attached to the po-
altion of manager , Mr. Lemon will depend -
pond on the voluntary support of the
friends of the institution , to whom in n
card ho aaya :
"Brethren , in conclusion , lot mo any
to you that from now on I have no means
of support save as I look to Oed in faith
for it. I have ootno four or flvo hun
dred dollars of my own money. That 4
nm willing freely to uso. Then 1 must
depend upon what God puta It into your
hoarta to do. I fear not. I have not the
least doubt. Every cent that you donate ,
every cent that I can make for the as-
aociat on off the paper , every cent from
any and nil sources will bo faithfully re
ported in the future as in the past the
amounts received nnd lor what expend
ed. No cent of any of this money will 1
ever claim or receive. Uow then shall ]
live ? If the work is of the Lord , when
brethren and churches Bond contribu
tions to the aupport of the Homo they on
will bo moved alao to send money for or
the support of the manager nnd plainly
doslgnato the amount sent for that pur
pose. Any money aont undcslgnntod
will bo considered intended for the homo.
Not ono cent will bo considered for the
manager , unless the donor plainly states
that it is for that purpose. I could
make an ample aupport lecturing ; but I
must lecture in the interests of the
orphans' homo nnd have no time to apnro H
ere my other work. And then brethren 5
I' desire to live by faith. I believe in 0
God. When Ho forsakoa mo , lot mo dio. 1
Pray for mo and the orphan children un hi
der the care of the homo. May the
blessing of God rest upon you all. " \
Mr. Lemon hna boon an enthusiastic
nnd earnest worker in building up the in Al
stitution , iu the succoaa of which ho .
shows BO much faith aa to make this :
move , The charitable work hna grown Cm !
to Buch extent thnt ho Bays it nppoira Al
clearly < hla duty to give hia whole time to 1 "
t.h The resignation in this giving the homo
thu benefit of hia entire time and ener cw
gies ' , leavoa the Baptist church without Onhi
any pastor. The church ban had aotno Olc
dissensions and troubles , nnd n yonr or Olcn.
o ago n largo number of momborn , in n.ne
cluding n number of its most prominent (9 ( n
oflicinla , withdrew on account of their n
opposition to hla pastorate. Thia do- n
plornblo state of ollaira has been the UA
toplo of talk and thought among not ciy
only these of the Baptist faith
but among church people generally , 20
and all attempts to find nny
healing value have been proved in vain.
The church at the best , like most
churches , w.ia none too strong , ano the
scattering of the Hock has weakened it
greatly , and it Is reported that at a recent
n\eotlng it was decided to disband its or
ganization nnd turn the property ever to
the Baptist Homo Missionary society ,
under wlmso management it will bo con
ducted as n mission church until it regains
strength siilHcient to become self-sup
porting. By Mr. Lemon stopping down
and out of the pastorate ono cuuto'of the
dissent is removed , nnd nu attempt Is
being made to got the members who
withdraw to come back into the field .
again , The dissensions have boon greatly 0
deplored , nnd the church hna certainly
suffered , by whoso tault there is doubt-
losn a difference of opinion , but under all
the circuuiBtnncoa it will probably prove
bettor for the church that Mr. Lemon no
longer continues us its pastor , for now n
bettor opportunity is given for the ro-os-
tabliahmont of harmony.
The Don Molnea rapids canal nt Kco-
kuk was closed the 23d , for the season.
This will cloao navigbtiim on the upper
river , The boats are now nearly nil in
ROBBERY ON BROADWAY ,
Slranucr Itcllcvcil of Ills V lun
hlc mid lladly Thumped.
Another dastardly robbery is reported
having taken place on lower Broadway
about 0 o'clock last evening. The vic
tim is n stranger in the city , who has
boon stopping at the Union avenue hotel.
It is said that ho had boon drinking
Bomo , and the night before ho had been
relieved uf a gold watch and chain while
carousing around , and that yesterday ho
was seim in company with a man who uivea
his name as Tom Welch , the two
drinking together , until about the hour
numud. Welch grabbed the fellow's '
overcoat and valiioand when the strangot the fix
resisted the attempt at robbery , Wuloh
pounded him , and then skipped out nith
tlio property , juaving tbo vulijo in one
place , and soiling thu overcoat in another.
OtiictT Hurley Just ovunim ; touud and
arrested Wdlch , uud huutud up the
Btoluit property ,
To close the business I oiler my stock ol
mibcellanuous books , piuturo , funsy goods ,
notions , fire screens , uaivls , willow and
cauo liiyh chairs and children's reckon ,
at prices never known before In the west.
II. K. Beamau , paper , books and station *
ery , 504 Broadway , Council Bluff * ,
St. John Bros , liuvo bought , cleaned on
and refurnished the Kovuro liouso , 04'J
Broadway , oppjnite the opera homo.
Council Bluffc , wlioro you will find clean
rooms , clean bais and well filled tables.
Ttnni ? l 60 pur dy.
Mli Tetter , of OaVland , I * nt the Never ?
Dan Farrcll , tno gallant herifl , WM In the
Anderson .Torins , of Oalclind , WM a Ruost
of thn KoMiro homo yoiterdy.
, T. B. Fargo , ol L l Mill * , wan one f the
Wificonnin nnivals t tbo 1'acifio jotcrday.
Jamcii Turner , of Mliwnirl Valley , wan in
the city yonterday looking after builmuii with
hill utunl ] in h.
llflv. 1' . W. Hullloger , nf Milton , Wl . , the
ucco or of Uov. r. Shcrmnn , has arrived at
Harlan and entered upon h ! duticn.
Window shades nt cost to close them
out. P. 0. Miller 13 Pearl street.
A factory at Youngstown , Ohio , Is engaged
gaged in making nickel-elated shingles
( or the Now Orleans exposition.
Special sale of cloaks for ono week.
These cloaks must bo disposed of , as we
cannot carry them over nnd will neil
them at greatly reduced prices. COCKO
& Morgan , 317 Broadway.
An ofllgy of John P. St. John wan on
Saturday morning found hanging in the
public square nt Marlon , Ind.
Order hard wood of P. Ovorton.
. There were 105,000 cocoanut trees
planted on the Florida Keys , and in a
few years they will yield n good revenue
to their owner ? .
COUNCIL ni.tjrru UABKBT ,
Wheat No. 1 milling , GO@G5 ; No. 2 , 68 ;
Nn. 8 , CO ; rejected 85&40.
Corn-Now , 20@28.
Oatfl For local purposes , 35.
Hay 58 00@7 00 per ton ; baled , 60@GO.
Corn Meal 180 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yard * , 6 00@
Coal Delivered , hard , 9 50 per ton ; soft
41 M per ton
Lard Falrbank's , wholesaling at OJc.
Flour Olty dour , 150@2 00.
Brooms 2 96@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher cows 3 25@3 76. Batcher
itoora , 3 7G(94 ( 00.
8hooj > 2 C0@3 00.
UOK i 00@4 25.
rnoDUOE AND rnnirs.
Poultry Live old hens , 2 BO ixjr doi ; spring
chloknns , 2 CO per doz.
Butter Creamery , 28@30c ; choice country
Jwfgo 2i per dozen.
Vcgotnbloa Potatoes , 30@40o per bnshel ;
anlonn ! , 4050o per bu ; npploa , cheico cooking
ir eating , 2 CO ; benna , 1 B0@2 00 per
mnhoi ; Sweet uotatooa , 2o T > or Ib.
CIdor-32 gallon bbl , ? 0.50.
Owngoo 8 00 per bbl.
EOD Upper Uroadiriy , Kftln to the Front ,
ttiilj , rtlloctnnd coiuoend Kxnnilno , and BOO for
urtolvcs what jou can buy for Cat at my place ,
quota you a folloKH :
11)9 Krnnulatoil mignrfor $1 00
OlDmlURar for - I 00
51 Iba While uf 0miRiir fJr . ' . . . 100
01 lmrn Kirk's white Uus-Ian oa for 1 03
bari * Cnln'H , equal to Klrk' Hneohn uap for. 1 CO
Obir Klrk' liluolndU Bo plor 100
hipont'i ] ) licet powder pvt Ih 20
Sboxen olmntchta for . . . M
rup California lionuv drips , pergtl EO
jni | > , uamntcd itrlctly puru Vcraont m&plo
1'P nl 100
orKhaui per RII ! 0
\No.l kiiglliili currantg 1411ii for 1 00
.owln'IAO , m'nuUio 10 toxon for 100 c
.01oi nnoil lilackborrloii , prtsorvcd , Scans tor . . . 1 CO
aan 13lbjtllowiio cbe8li whlto i > nip6 for. 1 CO
Canned 3 Mi Utqimllty Tcinatoca 10for 100
A.No , 1 whltofliih , ntrklt , 70
"obaoro , Lnrilard Climax , per pound CO
T. T. I cnii neil jou accorJInff to ( | ual tyf < om
Klour Wo utll the celebrated Patent Fancy per
> . 2 05.
Wo kuop everything UB'inllv Leptlna Flret CI B9
Irocury , and warrant otcrthine " " toll Good * do-
l\oreil free In any part of the city. I lao lisnillo
3lovcn and Jlltiuns , Dry goada nnd Notions , liouts
n. J Hlioo. , ami a ifooil agjurtment of Tin w > ro , Ito-
nembor ; I will not only bu not undtrwild on any
o < ls , but wl 1 sell 20 per cent bolowan ) Computltl n
the < city. Wo are now rocelvd K an Involoa of 11M
nn1 which wo cuiiKlvo the urcatestbarKnlTis ever ofTcro'1
"J the city 11V exponent are very Hunt , with no of
tcntH to pay I am oukblod and will Sell cheap far
UABIf. Call when you nnt tlio lie otllirgaloa In
J. P. FILBERT ,
2fl9 Upper Uroadway , onncll IHulFs
Cobs , Coal I Wood
23. . iroisrxrej ,
1 * O.kildrittti , Lock lloiclino , Council lIulTn. !
, WH. . Shorradon
Masonic Temple ,
Jounoll Bliilla - - > owa.
OFflOK OVEll AMKUIOAN KXl'llESS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA. .
3D It. O.O. .
100 MAIN STREET ,
'OOUKOUi BLUFFS - - - IOWA
111 tell the following property on cosy Urms U
bought within SO da ) .
200 Acre Farm.
Fho miles north ol Council BluOd ; iiood barn , house
orchard , aud all feiiood.
400 Aero Farm.
Ilio mild cut ol Logan , HtrrUon , oounty , Iowa , all
forced , fvodiurd , b rn , houim , orolurd , iitu , ; 2i C
arroxi under plow , ICO acra * 'amo Krati meadow , 100
tirrc * timber and ixwtute. Thin ( arm o3j to oully ill-
vlilod It to three doalrable amall farms.
800 Acre Farm.
mllwcobt of Onawa , Monona oouah , Iowa , on
Maple rlmr ; icotxl nouno , barn ? 5iHO feet , fcei
jards , > hoil . tto.J 200 aoroi uulerl-w , bVauco In
iluilwr , mvadov and pwtuia ; a tint C | > M ttock farm
Incur ; runpcct.
240 Acres of Wild Land ,
Suitable for Farming ,
250 Dond of Cattle ,
76 Head of iTurfios ,
yOO lie d of IIogH.
Alio Fanning Implementi lufiiaent tocairyoa iibl
10,000 Budhcls of Corn , nnd 400 Tons of
Tame nnd Wild Hay ,
Slid itock , oorn , tied and machinery Ii dlvldal up
uld fniu , aud will bo Hold our In conutctlou
Hltll tld fltTi.
II r U aEOodchiinoefjrCholoa Stock furnu , Hell
itoclcoJ , run1' ' * ' for work , 1'owu.lon Ivui on d&t ol In
purcbiM , If dMUvd.
O ll on or ajdnui
K. P. CADWKLL.
Council WuCj , low * .
Upon ' 'lie ' oiienine of the season for
the Holiday Goods trade , I beg to inform
my customers and ilie public in gener
al , tli 11 liavj made extensive prepara
tions for a large trade and feel confi
dent tli at" I can fill all orders that may
be entrusted to me to youn entire sat
My assortment of imported and do
mestic goods , I am pleased to assure
you , is far superior to any of previous
seasons , and a visit to my establish
ment , 103 Main street , Council Bluffs ,
Iowa , will repay you.
The entire stock has been selected
by myself with a view to meet the
wants and demands of the general
trade in the west. Should none of my
agents be able to call on you during
the season it will be of great advan
tage to you to pay me a visit and per
sonally select your wants , as travel
ing men never can carry such a full
line as is shown you at my head
103 MAIM STREET ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
M order to make room for an immoneo stock of Spring Goods , I have decided to
offer all goods now in stock , at prices never before quoted in this city.
GEO. R. BEARD , No. 32 Main Street , neit to P. O.
W. P ALYSWQBTH.
l"r roe Houses mmed on the LITTLE CHANT trujka and any , dlitanoo and o\cr any klua 01
UIUCK 1IOUSKH ralsoJ. All work KUartntood
' W. 1' . AYL8WOUTU , 1010 Ninth street.
OBOUTT ' , FRENCH
urtatne , in LaceT fl'K , Turcoman , Etc. ] oil'clotha , Mattlnga , Linoleums Et' V
hoioost and Best Selected STQOK in the WEST ,
Ditto and be convinced that wo are hoadqunrtora for all goods in our line ,
heapcat place to buy CARPETS , Ourtninn and House Fnrniahlngu in thi
C/ty. / Upholstering nnd Budding Supplies.
Nos. 5 , 7 nnd 9 MASONIC TEMPLE . . [ COUNCIL BLUFFS 2C
Mail Orders Filled PromptlyCardano
L , C , ARBUTHNOT ,
- ALLTIIK LATKST STYLH8 IN - .
UKMAIlKSrd FALL I'Al'KK I'A17EKKS JUST UECEIVKD.
542 BROADWAY , - COUNCIL BLUFFS
MRS. L A. WARBURTON ,
Gutting and Fitting a Specialty.
2S8 DUOAUWAV COUNCIL
. s. cr.ALl
LATEST STYLES OF MILLINERY
23U BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
Iowa and Nebraska , aud Bold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Conuoll daj
Bluffi , Iowa. dec
HRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Haiinfaclnrer , A.
NOKENE & ' LANDSTEOM ,
Pall Goods Ready. Suits Mnde to Order iu Latest Style
en Short Notice nnd n lieusonnle Prices
205 Mam Street , . . . . . . Council Binds.
DE. JUDD'S ELECTBIG BELT.
0,000 Hectrto Iltlts fold for the Menth of Sept , by as.
e ots W anted !
Inferences Any of the biulntu houses In Council BlufJe. JDDD & 8UTTII rroptletort ,
Salesrooma 319 , Broadway. Manufactory 30 , Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
KIEL SALE STABLES
Keep Horses and Mules constantly on hand which
wo will soil in retail or wholesale lota.
All Stock ( Warranted as Represented.
Wholetale and retail dealers la Grain and noted Hay. Prices
eonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed ,
sazEEcrru-'riEiR & ; BOLE-ST
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Bluffs.
SMITH & TOMiEU ARts. ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
1 and 9 Main street ,
Oouwcn. BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select From.
WHOLESALE DKALEH3 IN
and 344 Broadway , OOUNOHi BLUFFS
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
Both now and second hand , ranging in prices from $3.50 to
§ 25 each. Take advantage and call early to obtain
the best bargains. I am making a big reduction in
UIB ' ( LJ " JcrC. " ' J mrr ti JL BTSTB TT
A 1 Dead the room i dlcplay my stock ol etovea.
tffl * Coundl .
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by Fiuxr. TJBTT.
Unrivalled or Tone or Finish.
. Best Modern Price to Buy.
The Kimbnll Orgon , BO long and favorably known In the west , rocommbnda
STRWART , Solo Agent f or above Hops of Goods. Warerooma , 323
uncil Bluffs OorreBpondence Soli itod , Agonta Wantoj.
A. . P. CLATTEIIBUCK , G. EDGAR , O. E BESWIOK ,
Manager. Assistant. Secretary.
Council Bluffs Detective Association-
Will do all kinds of dctectite work for Uankp , Kxprofs , Telegraph ftn ( Hallway compinlui , Slorohants ,
it u ulactorlcs , Corporations , I'ubliciuid 1'iivotu Institutions and District Attornayi Stolen property ro-
coiorid ColIoctlonB made , Missing friends found. On O'cui procure I $500 reward offered for the arioot
and conviction c ( any person or persona fraudulently reproiantliu this Association All oommunloatlona
etrlotly confidential. Otfico : llasonlo Temule Council Ulufls Iowa. P C. Box 1291.
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY.
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the city or country solicited. Prompt attention nnd satisfaction
Guaranteed. Plans and specifications furnished free.
Waves , Switches , "WHiatnots , Langt/y and Pompadour
ALL KINDS QF
MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFF
Nos. 217 nnd 219 S. Main St. , - COUNCILBLUFFSjl
We would callour attention to the fact thtt the
Bargains Which Cannot fee Obtained Else-whero !
We can contluce o\orjli < xl ) that wo say what e mean and mean what we Bay. Hut the beet w y to ]
oet the trulhluhjciu of our msortlouu Is to call and examine our itock and prices , alw } remumbcriog
THAT WE DEFY COMPETITION IN KVEUY I'AIITICUMU ,
JTCASII lithe iimub word which will attract the attention of everjbody , U la the word we u 4 ]
whin we purchased our tjood * , and that Is the reason wo can offer them to you at BO low a figure. A caib ]
thereby prctectloj purcbawrg from nicichar/e , 1
U.K.AUAMS 417 ro d CoontllBJnrfJ
AUMISSlON-CtnU 16o-U.lc ) lOc.
SKATES CtnU 15c. Lodlu lOc
mlwlon Free to lAdloa etch rmrnlnir * ud Tut-
y and ThurwJ y af ( rnoou ( . Uw of bknto * K
f. BCHANCK , tL
I , B. TATB. WABBN WH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ]
Practice In State and PederU Courts.
OolloctloDi promptl ) attended to.
Room lli. Sbugarf i Building ,
COUNCIL BLUM'S IOW
R. Rice M. D ,
Hi rlPPDO or other taiuort removed irttbonl tto
Uflfl UilUU ) kalle cr drawirg o blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES * >
Orcr hlrtyyean practlo&l ip ri no. OITM
Purl tre t , Oouucll Wafli * '