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G THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS TUESDAY , JULY 11 , 1885. '
THE DAILY BEF.
Tut B lay Morning , July 14
tstmscnirriON BATES ,
BT C4rrlM . - - -JO eento'pei wee !
! . - . . - - 110.00 p r ye *
MINOR MENTION ,
Roller , merchant tailor , for finogoode ,
There \rai quite a plcnlo party at Haw >
tborno'a l&ko lest Sunday.
Ofllcor Kirk ; yesterday afternoon ar
rested F. Farmer for being drank.
The timbers for the roof of the now
county j H are being put In place.
Slim Jim , arrested for sleeping In c
stairway , was turned loose yesterday.
Bids for the maaonary on the now
government postoffico are to bo opened
on Angus t 10th.
Captain Carlisle , who lives east of the
olty , racolvod yesterday his back pension ,
amounting to about 32,400 , and will from
this tlmo on receive a pension of $20 a
The weekly literary and social of the
Young Moris' Christian Association will
bo hold as usual this evening at 8:30 :
o'clock , Both ladles and gentlemen ore
The city council did not meet last
night , the orflln&ncca which , it was de
sired to consider , not having been pre
pared. The next attempt at a mooting
will bo on Friday night.
Complaint ban boon lodged before Jus
tice Hondrlcks , against the Johnsons , a
colored family on Pierce street , charging
them with keeping a house of prostitu
tion. There will bo a hearing to-day.
F. Adams was again arrested yester
day on the charge of thumping his wo
man , Jennie Moacham. She has had
him arrested several times before , but
alwaya repents , and falls to appear when
the tlmo for trial comes.
0 ohn Hoans was arrested for shooting
off a revolver nbar the dummy depot , and
needlessly giving the police a run. Ho
was fined and is being hold , ho having
.some jewelry in his possession which the
police look on with suspicion.
"Lono Wolf" has returned from Mis
souri Valley , and ho cannot say too much
for the Cheney house , where ho found
the best sort of accommodations. He
next goes to Avoca , where ho will bo
Thursday , Friday and Saturday.
Charlie Sanderson has been let out of
the Cro depsitment under the recent
order cutting down the force. Sam Mor
risen has been retained. It la under
stood that Sanderson was given lite
chance to take Morrison's place , but gen-
* oronsly refused to crowd any man oat to
make room for him.
The Rev. William M. Halgh , D.D. , of
Chicago , the general superintendent of
missions for the northwest of the Amerl
can Baptist Homo Mission society , Is ti
moot In conference the state socrotarle
of nine or ten of the states in this section
at Council Blufis , July 28 to 30. Inter
eating public services will be held In th
Baptist church the evenings of the 29th
Tom Kelley was yesterday
jail for being drunk. Ho Is
poor man , struggling along to get his
team paid for , and his wife being sick
.nlgn unto death , and his child being too
young and small to help around the house ,
. or to feed the horses , the family affairs
loomed In so deplorable condition that
some of his neighbors wont on his bond
and got him released.
Two tallora who work for Potera yes
terday drove across the Bryant street
bridge on a trot , and were promptly
pulled in. It cost them about ten dollars
to learn that the city ordinance is against
suoh fast speed. Other complaints are
to bo filed against parties who hayo for
gotten the ordinance , and the thought-
leas ones had bettor jog their memories
In some less expensive way than by sub
. jectlog themselves to a fine of $0 and
Three sirens from Pierce street were
yesterday fined by Jndgo Aylosworth.
They gave their names as Fanny Smith ,
Haudo Thomas , and Kottio Smith. A
young man has turned up In the city who
claims that ho Is a brother of ono of the
girls , and that ho had not seen his slater
for three years , and supposed she was
loading a good honest life , until ho
reached the city and found to his sorrow
( and anrptiso that she was in jail. He
j ° seemed very solicitous about her , and
went to' the homo of the judge In the
night to see if ho could not secure her
release , but she seemed to want to avoid
him , and would not consent to be under
any obligation to him.
The Nonpareil having a printing bill
against the Phllomothoan musical society
for about ? 50 , lately hunted about for
Borne ot the officers of the defunct organi
zation , and sued several ot thoao who
were thought to have belonged. A judg
ment won obtained , but the defendants
came Into court and got an Injunction
restraining the collecting of the same , on
the ground that they were not members
of the society , but belonged to another
eoclety , known as the Philharmonic , and
that the mistake had arisen from this
fact. The Nonpareil , the other day ,
nought to get the Injunction dissolved ,
but the court ref used , and now there will
hove to be a now hunt for tha responsible
members of the muilcal dab for whom
printing was done.
Engineer DeLaud , of the St. Paul
road , Is rosoverlng from the effects of the
asiaiilt rntdo upon him by the Fero
brothers , but Is' not ytt able to go on
duty , and will probably bo obliged to lay
off for two or three weeks longer. There
has been grout Indiguatluu caused by the
assault , and the Foros will do well If the ;
get out of this scrape without getting
Borne severe handling , Yesterday the
case of the younger of the brothers , foi
MjauKlng Ohtlstonson , cuno up before
Justice Schnrz , and was continued until
next Friday , the bonds being fixed nl
$400 , and W. F. Sapp , Jr. , being the
security. The bond of $300 in the other
case has boon given with A. J , Crlttondon
and John Sohoontgon as bondsmen. It
Is understood that the St. Paul road will
not countenance the Foros any longer ,
and that the attorneys for the road have
boon notified no to defend them In court ,
and that the Feros have secured as at
torney , Colonel Sapp.
Hanthorn sells wood at his feed store.
SNIDE ADVERTISING ,
A Stranger Works the Town ana
Jumps Hla Board Bill ,
It is astonishing that among otherwise
sharp bualn ess men , there en bo found
so many dupes ready to bo gathered in on
any sort ot a sickly advertising scheme ,
when fluently pictured by some glib
tongued stranger. Such a schema has
boon again worked in this city , and was
liberally patronized , while the legitimate
advertising men , reproaonting responsible
papers , have boon finding it rather bare
About ton days ago a young man , giv
ing his name as W. R. Woodruff , ap
peared nt the Pacific house , and engaged
board for a week , representing that ho
was going to work a hotel advertising
achomo. After engaging his room , and
getting what information ho desired
about the city , and who among the busi
ness men were good advertisers , ho
sneaked out without having oven the
courtesy to say good day , or to glvo any
reason for not remaining to occupy the
room which ho hud engaged. A few
days later , Goorpo Ferguson , the young
er of the proprloiora , spied the young
man , and took him to task , as George
can , when ho tries , but the follow begge"
off , on the ucoro of poverty , and e :
plained that ho had to economize asmuc'
JB possible , and had therefore secure
board In a private houso. Ho had no
the manhood to lot the hotel men know
rf his change of mind , nntil cornered
ind seemed so sneaky , that he was .tol
that ho must not got any advertising o :
the strength of any reprocentatlo :
that ho was going to put an ;
) f his books into the Paolfii
is they would not conntenanco an ;
ichomo of his. It seems that ho did mat
inch representations , however , and kep
; hat hotel In the list of these where h
tdvertlslng scheme would be placed
This scheme was a very simple affair , con
listing of a pasteboard cover , in whlc *
Tould be kept a copy of the Illustrate )
London News , the pretense being tha
; ncsts of the hotel would bo so dellghtec
; o road the paper , and look at the pic
; uros , that the advertising cards on th
: over would attract great attention , an
Tould result in a great boom for thos
The Improved this rare chance to go
places to display their names and buai
loss.Tho fellow succeeded in getting a good
y amount of patronage on this scheme ,
ind In the meantime ho represented t
he woman , with whom ho was boarding ,
hat he was expecting his partner , and on
lis arrival he wonld pay up. Friday
ast , ho collected from the advertisers ,
ind at night ho told his landlady that hi
rould settle In the morning , anyway ,
ind if his partner arrived on the evening
rain , ho would be able to pay that very
light. Ho went up town to meet th
ralnsand late at night returned and
rent to his room. When the call wa
nado for him to rise In the morning , thi
ilrd had flown , he having sneaked out In
he night with what little baggage , ho
The lady thus victimized , is Mrs. L. H
illtcholl , on Washington avenue. She
ias sent word along the line , whither ho
i supposed to have flown , and still
lopes that ho may be caught and brought
lack to answer for. h'is conduct. The
oung man Is a very glib talker , and
; oasted that ho had worked successfully
II the cities of the land , and looked with
ather disdain on Council Bluffs , as bo
at ; too small for n young man of his
billty , and for such a brilliant advor-
lahg scheme as he had devised. Still
o condescended to stay hero , and allow
be merchants to take advantage of the
banco offered. Ho is a young man , light
omploxloncd , blno eyes , light colored
lonstacho , weighs about ono hundred
ad twenty-five pounds. He were
suit of brown , with cutaway coat , a
ght drab , stiff , high-crowned hat. Ho
lonld bo passed around.
Lone IVoirs Tripe ,
Dr. J. Palmer , who is known far and
ear as "Lono Wolf , " has just returned
om a successful visit to Missouri Val-
iy , where ho has been showing the auf
irlng ones an easy road to health and
ipplncsi by treating them in hi a pecu
ar and simple manner. The doctor ,
avlng established himself permanently
are , is reaching out In all directions ,
id by his visit to Missouri Valley , and
10 showing of bis skill there , has gained
strong hold among the people of that
[ cinlty , and won for himself dot only
> mo line preas notices , but many good
ords from the citizens.
Ho will next go to Avoca , where ho
III cpend Thursday , Friday and Satur-
ly ot this week. He Is already known
icro among many , and will doubtless
id plenty of demand for his tlmo and
Special ATcoilna ot the Hoard.
Supervisor Robert Klrkwook was In
to city yesterday , and to-day will go
1th Supervisor Frnm , to DOS Molnes ,
i attend the meeting of the state board
id look after the Interests of this county
the work of equalization. The county
> rd " 111 probably hold a special meet-
g on Tuesday of next week , as the call
now being prepared for that date.
bis special moating will probably result
the going ahead with the building of
e now court house , without wtttlng
iy longer for the city to take any action
regard to the Fifth street sewer.
uro seems no good reason for further
lay , and the county board will go
tead and advertise for bide.
Wells Cook has accepted the position
general agout at large of the "safety
nd ayatom" of the Hartford Ufa and
unity Insurance company , of Hartford ,
inn. , and will locito tbo Council Dloil's
auch of the western department at'No.
Death of Car * A. Kccseo.
It has boon often exemplified in ou
midst that in his oarch for victims deal
loves to aim his shafts at the brlghtcs
marks , and delights to blight with with
orlug touch these who give the groatet
promise of the fruition of bright hopes
There has been no sadder oxompllficatlo :
of this than has been presented in th
sudden death of Miss Cora A. Koosec
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kocsec
and sitter of Mrs. R. E. Ingnvham
which occurred at 8:30 : yesterday ovoc
ing at the family residence on Wort
street , The disease that did Its awli
and deadly work was the droado
cerobro-sptnal monlngotls. She had no
boon strong since her recovery from ai
attack of scarlet fever last fall , but th
cerebral malady did not develop itsol
until last Friday. Dr. Montgomery wa
called and attended the patient until ho
sjmptoms became alarming yoatorda ;
morning , when Dr. Stlllman was calloi
Into consultation. Their united skll
was Insufficient to stay the ravages of th
disease , and after bravely and patient ! ;
bearing the ] terrible suffering her shat
tercd strength gave way and she uanl
into rest with a swoot'good night to hoi
Cora had seen but eleven years am
nlno months of life , and was the yonngoa
member of the family , but she was regarded
gardod as the brightest flower that claa
torod around the family hearth. She wa
very ambitions and possessed moro thai
ordinary natural gifts , among them i
passionate love for innate. It was the
ambition , too , of her parents , that hoi
rare musical talents should receive the
highest possible cultivation.
The funeral will take place from the
residence , 203 "Worth street , corner ol
Third street , this morning at 10 o'clock ,
Friends of the family will attend wlth <
ant further notice.
Mueller ttlnslc Company
Will sell all the pianos and organs pur
chased at the J. Mueller sale at closing-
DUt prices. Either cash or tlmo pay-
nontt. Now is your tlmo to got pianos
ind organs cheap , na the old business
nnst be closed up.
Raising Funds ,
To the Business Men of Council Bluffs :
Cho Workingmens' Progressive Assocla-
ion of Council Bluffs , Knights of Labor ,
, ako this method of calling the attention
if all humane men to the fact that our
ellow-workingmen of the Wabash rail-
ray service are engaged in a terrible
itrngglo with a tyrannical employer , in
Those behalf the technicalities of law
ind the adventitious aid of false public
ipinlon , fostered and sustained by the
itterancos of subsidized legal talent and
ournallsm , Is Invoked. These men are
naklng a gallant struggle under many
llfficultles , and not the least of these Is
he constant pressure for money to do-
ray the expenses of frivolous and mall-
Ions prosecutions , conducted with dla-
mlical Ingenuity against them.
In order to meet thesa demands the
eaources of the strikers are taxed to the
itmost and thoao of their associates
evoroly drawn upon. It IB upon the re-
aunoration of labor that the profits of
raders and merchants depend , and on
his account wo foal justified In consider-
ng all buaincss men as parties In interest
rlth worklngmon In all contests for
ilgher wages or against reductions ,
therefore we appeal to you to contribute
o the necessary expenses of these men a
lortlon of the profits derived from the
itttronsgo of worklngmen.
A committee will canvass the city to
olloit your aid , and we ask you to bo
iboral. Respectfully ,
COMMITTEE OP K. OP L.
Read Judd & Smith's offer of $1,000
oward In another column.
W. S. Cottrell , of Little Siour , waa in thi
Miss Vila Miller , of Silver Creek , is a gues
I Constable Wesley'a family.
Charles Alton , of the cashier's office of thi
rnion PaciOc , was in the city yesterday.
Mr , Frost , purchasing agent of the Union
aclflc , took a look at the Bluffs yesterday ,
Dr. Beybort started last evening for Spin
ako , to got a little needed rest and recrea-
Mr. Simon Eiseman , of Eisemnn , Rodda &
o , , started eastward yesterday on a purchas
g trip ,
The Hov. Fred S. DeMottou , and J. 0 ,
dams , of Leavenworth , were at the Ogden
Colonel Cochran , of Little Sioux , was al
10 Ogden house yesterday , with n party o :
a friends , including Mr , and Mrs. B. H ,
Icharde , their daughter and BOD , they being
om Baltimore , Miss Megetb , Mrs. Brewer ,
id Master Jessie Birhnrds , of Omaha.
Substantial abstracts of title and roa
itate loans. J. W , and E , L. Squires ,
)1 ) Pearl street ,
An extra twist of tbo Sioux City con-
is returns shows a population of 19,074.
Charles Roberts , a teamster , was
irown from his wagon on the road near
os Molnos and killed , Wednesday
The Cedar Rapids pork packers have
lied 108 437 bogs this year , a falling off
over 8,000 for the corresponding time
Six hundred and forty-five Is the exact
easurement of the coming democratic
ito convention which will meet at Cedar
iplds , August 19. '
During the year last past Iowa pro
iced 2,501,154. gallons of whisky and
397,748 gallons of beer , which paid a
venue of $2,513,025.
Mrs. R. M. Davis , who was burned to
ath in Denver on the 4th , was the
nghter of Mr , and Mrs. Q , M. Oliphant ,
Davenport , and lived In that city for
Miss Jennlo McCall , of Linn county ,
II against a barb wlro f enco a short time
o , cutting her face and hands. Eryal-
las attacked the wounds , causing tbo
ath of the victim last week.
Marcus Kavanavgh , jr. , a Dea Molnes
itur , confesses to having delivered tbo
me Fourth of July oration seven limes ,
mus has bicoma conscience-smitten ,
d will now retire from the ro'tnuu.
Floury Krumpse , of Dubnqne , was
led at McGregor on Monday morning
being crushed by a falling pile-driver ,
tether workman , name unknown , suf-
od the loss of hit arms and lega by the
no accident and will die.
Sheriff McOann , of Dnbuqne , was on
Hid ay notified that on or before An-
it 1st Injunction eulta will bo brought
itnat every saloon keeper in Dubaqua
restrain them from the ealo of Intoxi
cating liquors. 0. B. Dorr , editor of th
Prohibitionist , and others , are th
The Sioux City it Dea Molnes railway
company has boon Incorporated In Slot )
City. 1'osslbly one of the first things t
bo done will be to assist tha Mllwauko
to right-of-way across Woodbnry count ;
and other portions of the articles look t
helping the Dakota & Great Souther :
Into the city.
The silk worm business is fairly bogni
in Oscoola this summer. Mrs. Palnte
and daughters have million , Mrs. J. W
Kelley has 8,000 , Mrs. J. R. Beard am
Miss Delia Kennedy 4,000 or 5,000 oacL
Mrs. J. M , Beard a number , and perhap
others of whom wo have not hoard
They are fed on ossgo orange leaves , am
grow , perfectly healthy , upon thorn.
A reward of 025 is offered for the ar
rest of the parties who hung John A
Hayes , the 10-yoar old boy , in Unloi
Grove , Harriaon county. An effort i
being made to Increase the reward t
$2,500. The theory of suicide has bee ;
The Ml nnotonka Disaster.
, July 13. Divers are at wort
on the steamer St. Lenis to recover the bodiei
lobtinlaat night'a storm atrl another part ;
la hero waiting for transportation to the scene
of the wreck , The bodies of Mary Rand
Frank Hand and Katie Coykondall were tnkei
Irom about ono hundred foot of water.
Ex-Mnyor Hand's body waa recovered bj
a appling hooka in fifty feet of water , lie
bad his vest off when recovered , The wrccl
Is located in sixty feet of water. The divei
who just come up reports the mud very doe ]
and the work very difficult.
The Democrats and High Llconso ,
DCDCO.OK , Iowa , July 13. Key City demo
cratic club , composed of leading business nnd
professional men , adopted a resolution in
aver of having the state democratic conven
tion adopt a plank for the repeal of prohibi
tion and the adoption instead of n uniform
license law of $500 , with bold restrictions sim
ilar to the Nebraska law. This action is con
sidered significant coming , from Dubuque ,
where intense anti-prohibition sentiment pre
HOT1CIC. Spoolol vertlsomonts , sun a LOB !
Fooad , To Loan , For Sale , To Root , Wants , Board.
[ ag , etc. , will ba Inserted In thla column it the low
nio ol TEN CENTS P R LIKE lot the first Iniorllon
ind FIVE CENTS PER LINK lor each sntoequent In-
on. Lonvu advertisements M oar offia * , Ho.
I Street , near L'roadwuv
1T1OII SALE Lands Improved aad unimproved.
J ? II you n ant alarm In cetera loir * , Kansas
Nebraska or Dakota , lotus bear from you.
SWAN 4 WALKBB.
fjiOll BALE Houses. Lota and Land. A. J
J ? Stophenron , 608 First avenue ,
rpo EXCAANO U 0 , b 6 , b 10 , b 13. are hotels in ulQ.
J. crcntlocations for Kilo or for trade.
B15S , apodal bargain ; 400 a Imcrotcd firm worth
$18,000 , prlro ( or a abort tlmo $16,000 , will trade
lor low priced Western lands. Swan & Walker.
, saddlery Hardware manufacturing estab
lishment stock and mtchlnery , value 37,000 , ( or
western land Swan & Wa\ktr \ , Council Bluffs.
B203 , etock cf dry goods , groceries and hardware ,
\aluo , $5,000 , In an good eastern Nebraska town
or land. Swan fe Walker.
B201 , stock ol general merchandise In a good
western Iowa town , value 4,000 , wants an 1m
prov cd ( arm In western Iowa , bwnn & Walker.
T ) 205 , stock of hardware In Stuboo Co. . Indiana ,
JLJ ( or land , value about $1,000. Swan & Walker.
, new stock of harrwMO In a Iho Nebraska
B200 ( or land , value $3,000. Swan & Walker.
207. stock ot agricultural Implements and shell
B hardware , \alue about 8,000. nants a good 1m-
prov ed ( arm. Swan & Walker.
T > 203 , a $10,000 stock of clothing In a good Wla-
JLJ consln city , 3 In landa and balance cash or im
proved security. Uoautiful store room at low rent.
BwAn & Walker.
, Block ol mixed hardware In a ll\e western
B210 a town for cheap lands , \aluo $0,007. Swan
, fine brick block , rents well , In a Iho central
B211 n one room occupied with general stock ol
goods , n ants an Improxcu ( arm , % Iuc ; building
13,000 , gooda $7,000. Swan & fcalker.
stock ol boots , shoos bats , caps and clothing
valued $3,000 , In one of tbo beet tonns In Nob. ,
\ alucd $3,000 ( or lands. Swan & Wtlker.
, a $3,000 stock of clothing , wants land In
North Western Iowa , ( or $0,000 , and will pay
diQerenco. Swan & Walker.
B214 , an $3,000 stock ol drugs In central Iowa ( o
land. Swan & Wnlerr.
, stock ol drugs value fromSSOO to ? 70
B2Uanother bnlldlng and lob valao $ SOO In a gooi
ebraska town wants partly Improved land. Swan &
lull particulars , write to or call upon Swan
FOR . II jou want to sell , buy , or tradeanr <
.hlnpr , tell S. & W. about It Swan & Walker , Coun
; ll Blufls Iowa.
JTACOJB SIMS ,
COUNCIL BLUM B , IOWA.
Off re Main Street , Rooms 7 and 8 , Shngart tn
euctiloik. Will praclloe In Slate and tate cour
J. L. UiBKVOISE.
No. 607 Broadway Oounoll Bluffi.
In Council Blufla haUng a
aid all modern Improvements , call bells , fire
alarm bolls , etc , , ia the
Noa. 210 , 217 and 219 , Main Street.
, IAX mHN , - PROPRIETOR
Curtains. Oil Cloths ,
( Vindow Shades ,
Rugs Etc. Etc
, . , *
larefui Attention Given to Ou
of Town Orders ,
rpholstery and Drapery Work a
Oar otock la the
id la being continually replenished by
I the lateat and choicest novoltlca.
05 Broadway Council Biufis
The New Yorfc
552 Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
LIC and PRIVATE
SYSTEMS of SEWERAGE -
ERAG-E , WATER
WORKS and VENTILATION -
ed and constructed.
in all its branches.
This conruanv have
one of thebest assort
ed stocks ot plumb
ing goods in the west .
552 BROADWAY ,
Telephone No. ST.
S. H. FXLJBEJIT ,
209 Broadway , - - Council Bluffa
10 yards print . V 1
nublan gingham . . 1
good gingham- . . . . . . 1 00
belloalr chovotts . . . . . 100
good sheeting . 103
suflolk jeans . 1 00
Best Joana all \ \ eel , 30c per yard.
Boots and shoes at prices as low as any house In tha
IB pounds ox G sugar. . , . . . $ 1
IB pounds granulated iuar . 1
3 pounds confectionary A sugar . 1
id bars white Euselan soap. Klrka . 1
! 0 bars blue India soap , Khka . 1
! 2b > rsP lmasaap , Lautz Bro'a . 1
.8 ' boxes matches .
3est syrup , per gillon .
? osl sorgnim , per gallon .
3ott English currants , 11 pounds . 1
.0 boxes genuine Lew Is lye . 1
52-pound cans itrawberrica In syrup. . . , . , 1
5 8-pound cans peaches , in Bjrup . . 1
OS-pound cans tomatoes . 1 00
0 pounds Hlcblgandrlcdapplcs . 1 00
0 pounpo aporated apples . 1 00
Xirllard climax tobacco per pound . 45
'avy plug tobacco , per pound . CO
Jaturalloif tobtcoo , per pound . 00
'lour ' , all brands Irom 82.10 to $350 per cwt.
GOODS FOB CASH ONLY
Uower Than Any Other House
IN THE CITY.
S.H. FILBERT ,
6 Broad weO - - Council Blufl
Ptietewattc Beer Fa ncet.
Price $ lb.0l ) . A liberal discount
nil be made to p Tties ordering a
alf dozen Faucets nt ono time.
For further jiartjculnrs inquire of
E , F. T7AIN ,
Council Hluff-i , I own ,
Lppnt for Western Jovvn and Mob ,
Mm \ [ , J , Balcear ,
Who for Uo ra < t 19 i ears has been practising
in FruncUco ii now located at No 8 N , Cth Btra
> poalto new Opera House ,
wlaco Bulcoir guaran ttb to restore
HAIR OR WHISKERS ,
r to give anj ono a liUjjli mntUcha or bring out a
egrovulid b lr orbjartllu from ( our toelx coks.
lee ) reasonable and ettlefirtliri guaranteed ,
lancarn , dothwuandeinccli.il ) * rhcinmtliin and
olirenio Uiuiats cuioa tj a lutuial gilt ol he
treea.J } > \ JE7. / " . JBalccar ,
-rbtO thSt.Council Bluffa
E. . Eice M. H.
* WfirnO or * thii tauon in-mti wtlionl tai
HROHIC DISEASES * ' * * * * * * * *
I'etrl itftet. 0 uodl Slufli ,
I , 80HURZ.
Gee oTflio Peace.
ornoz OTBK AUKRIOUI L _ . .
BIiUFFB. TOW A.
W. P. A.YLSWORTH
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER.
movedBrick buildings of nny kind raised or moved and SAtWuction guaranteed : , , Frams hoiu
moved on Little Giant trucks , the best In the world.
W. P. AYLSWOUTH.
1010 Ninth Street , Council Binds
SMITH & TOLLER , ACTS.
Merchant Tailors !
7 and 0 Main St. ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . IOWA.
Complete Line of New Goods Always on Hand.
Waves , Langtry and Pompadour FrizzesSwitch
es , etc , , ready made and made to order. Prices
cheaper than ever. Call and see for yourself ,
MRS. C. L. GILLETTE ,
Formerlv MRS. J. J. GOODE.
29 Main StreetCouncil Bluff.
Sold by the leading dealer iii every
cily nud towii ,
E ; Burhorn ,
17 Main St. , Council Blufls.
HI. > . IsTIL
Graining , Gilding , 1'aper Hanging and Frescoing. 110 Main St. , Council Blufls.
KIEL BALE STABLES
Keep Horsca and Muloo constantly on hand which
we will Bell In retail or carload lota
II Stock Warranted as Reuresented
Wholesale and retail dealers In Grain and Baled Hay. Fricea rea
sonable Satisfaction Guaranteed.
, o BO WLEY
Oor. 5th Av. and 4th St. , Conncll Bluffa.
For any case of Kidney or liver disease or dyspepsia , rheumatism , or any disease indndcod
y a lack of native power , that cannot be cured by tbo USD of Dra , Judd & Smith's Electric
olta and Appliances , fto. SO. Fourth St. , Council Bluffs ,
Norene & Landstrom ,
Suite to order In latest atylea at cheapest possible 'prices.No
No , 205 Main St. , Council Bluff
AND UTSE ENGLISH" KITCHEN.
Regular Dinner 11JJO : to 1'IO , 25 cents ,
505 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
'ho only oil night bouse in the city. Everything served in first class style nnd on nhor
notice , Hot and cold lunchoa always ready.
Wholesale Druggists i
AND DEALER IN
hints , Oils , Yamii
OMAHA , NEB.
Railway Time Table ,
The following ara the times of the arrival and d .
partaro a ! trams by central standard time , M the
local depots. Trains leave transfer depot tin mln.
3tes earlier and arrive ten minutes later.
DXPABT , AEBIVB
HUOAOO and KORTUW-OTTUJ.
0:25 A M Mall and Express 8 : > 0f r u
.2:10 : r u Accommodation 4:10 : r u
6:30 : p u Express ; OB A u
CIUOAaO AMD ftOCK IBLA5D.
i26 ; A u Mall and Express 0:63 : r H
:26 : A K Aooommodatlon 6:15 : p u
: SO f H Kxprces 9:00 : A u
f BtllOO , UILWADHII AND R , MUl.
: SOA M Mall and Express 6:60 : r u
; 26 r M Express 0.05 A H
CHIOAOO , BDBLIHOrOM AID qUMOT.
:60 : A Mall and Express 7:10 : r
10 v Atoomuiodatlon 2:00 : r n
; 16 r ljiroua 8:60A : 11
WABA8O , BT. LOD1S AND rAOmd.
2:16 : p M Local St. Louis Express Local
J.OOru Transfer " " Transfer 3:20 PM
KAKIAI 01TT , BT. JOI AHD OOUNOIL ILVm.
) , OS A U Mall and Express 0:40 : P M
i:16 : p U Express 0:25 : A u
iioux nrr AHO rAcirio ,
20 A u Mall for Sioux City 0:60 : p u
BO p u Express for St Paul 0:25 : A u
USION pAeiric ,
1:00 : A u Dsnvcr Express 1:35 : p u
:06 p u Lincoln Paca O'a & R V 2:35 : p M
' :5S : p u Overland Kxprcea g ; 0 A M
BUUUr TRAINS TO OUilU ,
Leave Council Bluffs - 8 65-7:65-8:30-10:80 : : :
: IO a. in. 1:80-2:30-8.80 : : 4:28-6:26-8:26 : : :
: I6 p. m. Leave Ouiaba 8.25 7:26 : e:60 : 10
11115 a. in. 12:60-2:00-8.00-4:00-4:66 : : : : 5:66 :
( OH , OPFIOEB , W , H , II. 1'DSK
Officer & Pusev.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Established - 1865
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Ki
Home Securities ,
FOB. aAia BT
100 Main St. , Council Bluffa
Iktall Boot and Shoe store where big bargains can
AND GARDEN FARM FOR SALE ,
Sixteen acres , ton In dull , nix In garden and
mborland , six room bouse , ttublu , will , cittern , i.c.
II in Ko.d ondltlou. or will tiudoor Omaha prop-
V. KELLER ,
County Treasurer1 ! ! nlllce. noimcll Uluff .
THE RECENTLY IMPROVED
. NO. 2 ,
la the Highest Achievement in Writing
Machines in the World ,
With only S3 keys to learn an
operate. It prints 70 characters
Including caps and email letters ,
iiunctuatloDti , figures , elgnt and
'ructions. ' It s the slinplegt and
moat rapid writing machine
liiade as well as < ie most durable
! for free illustrated pamphlet.
Wyckoff Seamans & Benedict ,
Chicago , 111. , Solo Agents.
0. II. BHOLKS , Council Blufls ,
Agent ( or Western Iowa ,
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