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THE DAILY BEE 1UESDAY , AUGKOST 11 , 1885.
Tuesday Morning , August 11 ,
SO eenll p week
110.00 pet yeat
MINOR MENTION ,
HcIUr , mercbiint tailor , for Cnogooda
The report of the democratic caucuses
kit night will to found on another
page.Drs. . Woodbury & Son , tbo dcntlsta ,
have returned from their summer vaca
tion , and are on deck again at their old
Pajsy patty by the X. Y. 55. society at
Qcneial Dodge's residence this evening.
All Invited. Refreshments from 7 to 10
This evening there will bo a pansy
party given by the young folks of the
Congregational church at the residence of
Mrs. J. J. Fratney Is suffering qulto
seriously from a wound in her foot ,
caused by stopping upon a nail , which
pierced her shoo and penetrated the
A deposition waa filed In the office of
the clerk of the courts yesterday , there
being only about thirty pages , and the
foes for taking the aamo bolng § 150. It
costs to law U.
Charles Allen , who has had hii name
on the police record rovcn times In the
past mouth , was again before the court
yesterday morning , acd waa again fined
for bolng drnnk.
Yesterday afternoon Justice Fralnoy
had the honor of officiating at a wedding
by which a cool-black man , Harry Hall ,
wan married to a pearl-white womar ,
Alice Walton , both of Omaha.
Tramps In bolng taken to tha jail ocour
the gutters as they walk along , and gath
er up every "anipo , " and thus provide
thcmeolvcs with smoking material to
while away their houra of confinement.
Bids for the mason and brick work on
the superstructure of the now govern
ment court house and postoffico in thla
city , were opened In Washington ycatar-
The Ilaiuoy habeas corpus CMC Is to
come up for further hcailngboforo Judge
Aylceiforth this morning. Some moro
filth ia promised , eomo wlinanaca being
summoned who claim to have aoun coino
queer acts between Mra. Halnoy and the
Among the trntupa who wore run In
Sunday for nloiplng In freight cars , waa
a boy of sixteen , who claimed to bo an
orphan , from Lngansport , Ind. , who had
been living with a farmer , and working
for his board and clothes , Ho said ho was
not being treated kindly , end so skipped
out , and had succeeded In working his way
as far as here , and wanted to got to his
nnclo who lives In Nebraska City. Ho
was allowed to go on his way.
Seventeen tramps wore brought Into
court yesterday morning , and their
average ago proved to bo 24 years.
There Ia evidently something wrong
when so many young , able bodied men
are roaming about the country Instead of
having atcady employment and happy
homes. Nearly all these rovers are
young men , and if their statements are
taken for truth few have families or other
responsibilities to take their wages when
they earn any.
Yesterday morning the quartet of
tramps who raised finch a row at the
Union Pacific bridge the other day were
brought before Judge Aylosworth on a
charge of assaulting the watchman , John
Ploraon. These tramps attempted to
iteal a ride ever on the dummy train , and
had to bo put off three times , and then
when Ploraon Insisted on their going back
to where they started , they attempted to
pound him. The fight was a hard one ,
but they succeeded In forcing their way
off the bridge on this aide , and now three
or four will otay hero , at least for fifteen
days , and will board at the county jail.
The fourth ono was discharged , behaving
had llltlo to do with the row. The trio
are hard looking follows , and have just
served two weeks In Omaha on bread and
Tflter , being convicted as vagrants.
Pat Vllllsca , who has had rather n son-
latlonal career as a haokman , and for an
innocent man has boon extremely unfor
tunate In bolng charged with queer trans-
aotlona , was In court again yesterday on
the charge of overcharging two passen
gers whom ho took from the 0 , B. & Q ,
depot to the transfer. The two were an
old Gorman woman and her young ton ,
neither of whom were able to talk En
glish. Yllllica charged them three dollars
lars , when the allowed charge would only
have been fifty cants apiece. His only
defouso was tho. claim , that ho had made
contract with the two , said contract ,
according to hia statement , balng that ho
told them ho would got them to the
depot In tlmo to take the
train for three dollars , and that
the boy said all right , and they got in.
It soeinod quits evident that neither of
the two understood English enough to
know their rights or to uudoratand the
contract. The judge gave a sharp Ice-
( uro about the trloks of hackmon , and
fined Villleca ton dollen , and gave duo
warning that another offuuaa would causa
the license to bo revoked.
Tbo doutal rooms of DM. Woodbury &
Son will bo ro opened to-day.
* * * Workers with inotals generating elec
tricity escaped the cholera of ' 49 , Then
UBS our elootrlo belts. Judd & Smith ,
Council Bluff * , Agents wanted.
Dr. Wlloi , Eye , Ear and Throat
peolaliat , room D Everett block.
Substantial abstract of title and real
mUte Icons. J. W. and E. L. Squires ,
102 Pearl street.
Dr.i Weat , dentist , over BEE office.
to Cany Off Boxes , Tin
Boilers ana Store Pipe ,
Sewer SlRtita Boon in a Short Skip
Through the Streets.
"Thcro Is a good deal of Ulk hoard
about the sewer not bolng largo enough ,
and Rotting stopped np too easy , and all
that. You've hoard folks talk that wayne
no doubt. Now I want to show you
something , " and Oily Engineer Brodbock
motlonod to the BEE man to jump Into
his boggy. It was but a drive of a few
rnlnutos to roach Glen nvonuo , where the
first halt was made about a block from
Broadway. "Look there , and see If
any eort of sowcrago wonld allow of sach
stud to pass through It. " Snro enough ,
there was a largo grating protecting a
big wooden drain , and this was in danger
of bolng stopped up , largo as it was , for
around It was an accumulation of rubbish
which wonld almost choke a tunnel , to
say nothing of a sowor. There wcro the
cuttings of brash , where some citlzon
had boon trimming up the follago , and
Instead of burning it had thrown it In
thostroot to bo swept along by the first
heavy rain and landed at the mouth of
the drain. There were tin cans , boxes ,
corn husks , In fact all sorts of stuff
thrown out by honsakoopors. "That's '
nothing , though ; lot's go to Willow ave-
uuo , right where there are aomo of the
fluent residences. "
Sure enough thcro was something to
see at the head of Willow avouuo. The
Incline is very atocp and the soli Is such
that It Is easily washed by heavy raine ,
and the tower has to carry < IF a good deal
of dirt anyway , there being no paving ,
but In addition to this there was a largo
accumulation of rubbish which should
have boon burned or otherwise disposed
of Instead of being thrown into the street
to bo swept along by the rush of waters
end finally landed ' by the grates at the
entrance to the sowers. At tbo corner of
Bluff street there Is on each side of the
street on Inlet fully six feet In cir
cumference , largo enough to tnko care of
an Immonno volume of water , and
a seemingly absolute protection
against flood , but if each inlet was three
times &s largo , It could not carry off the
atulT which It la apparently expected by
these people vrho throw it into the
streets. At that corner was found be *
aides brush , vcgeUblua , hay and straw ,
ouch things as old tin pails , cans , wash
basins , and o\vn on old wash boiler.
These are swept along until they reach
the grate , and there pile up , while the
waahlngs of dirt gather about end cling
to thorn , and thus a ccmploto dam IB
uiado. "That's the way they kdo it , and
then they commence to howl about the
sewers not being largo enough , and that
the system Is a failure. Why the sewer
system , as planned , is largo enough for a
city of 100,000 paoplo , and It could ba
built still larger if the people wanted to
pay tne extra expense , but it can't carry
off all such stuff as that , not if it trao
three times as large. "
At the corner of Fourth street ono of
the Iron gratings wan completely lost to
alght , though to memory dear. It wai
covered with mad , and the water , not
being able to get through the grate , had
flooded the adjacent walks. It looked ss
If the sewer had been completely stopped
np , but the assurance was given that by
digging away the dirt , lifting the grate
and using the shovel a little In the mouih
of the sewer It could easily be flushed
ont and bo all right again. "It Is diffi
cult enough to keep the dirt from both
ering , ouch floods of water roll down the
street , and the soil washes so freely , but
this will bo done away with
largely when the street is paved ,
and when paved , Willow avenue will
be ono of the finest streets in the city ,
and property there will go jumping np In
price. But when paved it will bo Im
possible to provide sewerage snfliciont to
carry off old wash tuba , barrels and stove
Following down the otreot , and taking
a hurried drlvo over some of the resident
streets where the grade is so nearly level ,
the trouble caused by the Indiscriminate
throwing of truck Into the streets be
comes even more apparent. Right in
front of a beautiful residence , irhoto
owner evidently takes great prldo In his
lawn , it appeared that ho had recently
mowed it , and all about the promises
looked closn and attractive , but the with
ered grass thus cut had boon carelessly
thrown over the curbing , and thtro lay in
the gutter , stopping the flow of water , and
then the wonder Is expressed that the
streets are not drained better. Woreo
than grass was to bo econ in many a gutter -
tor , and bosldo the matter of drainage , it
wonld seem that the question of health
and cleanliness would deter people from
throwing such offal into the streets as is
to bo scon In many places , while the al
leys are still worse.
"Only a short time ago , " remarked the
city engineer , "I saw where someone
had emptied n mattress of husks rlfat In
the gutter. Why can't folks just as well
strike a match and bum np such stuff ? "
Why can't they ?
THE MISSING M'OABE ' ,
Found by n ISeo Man Ho Tolls Ills
Slilo of tlio Story About
J. W. McO bo , wto was for a long
tlmo ono of the loltor carriers here , end
who a abort tlmo ago left Council Binds
rather euddenly and qalotly , was seen by
a BEE man the other day lu Omaha. Ho
felt that ho had been placed before iho
public In a wrong light , the papers hav
ing rot forth the fact that ho.bad left hia
family In a dcatlluto condition , and had
avoided the paving of hia bllli here. He
aava that when tha public IB fully informed -
formed of all the circumstances cauelng
him to leave hia wife , ho will not bo
blamed BO much , and that ho will noon
prepare a statement with the proofs ,
which will show how the happineia
of hia homo waa broken into by the
interference of others , and the Infidel-
Hy of his wife. IIo reporta that ho ia
doing well financially now , and that ho
will soon ba able to begin paying hia
creditors here , and eipects not to rest
until ho has paid every debt. UA BITS
that hia family trouble BO weighed on hia
mind that It almost crazed him , and that
the last day he oarried mall hero ho
hardly know what ho waa dolog , and
made moro m'atakea than he had ever
undo before , the whole of the tlmo put
together. After having hero ho wont to
different placer , and waa in ono town
t ken up by the police , ho acting BO
strangely , although ho bad not boon
drinking. Hla head appears to hara got
cleared np now , and ho declirea that ho
will now bond hia euerglea to ilRhtlrp
hli iropulfttlon by proving the falsity of
the reports concerning the treatment
cf hit family , and to earning money to
pay his blll0.
THE JOKE "BNDS WELL ,
The Presentation of n Silver Lantern
to Conductor Blrclinrd , or tha
Rock Island ,
Ono of the blggctt-hoarted and moat
popular Rock Island conductors Is S. U.
Blrchnid , and ho Is as much thought of
by the employes located hero is at any
place along the lino. Bolng full of fun ,
the boys Hko to joke and chat with him ,
and some weeks ago , in ono cf tbeso fes
tive and brief reliefs from duty , ono of
the bors picked np the top of an old and
dilapidated tin lantern , and , with the
others crowding about him , approached
BIrchard , and with mock solemnity pre
sented him with "a silver lantern , as an
oxprcsilon of the good will of the
donors. " The llttlo joke would hare
ended there had not some rather fresh
roportot boon told by someone that
Conductor Blrchard had been presented
with a silver lantern , and taking the
item in all sotiousncas , gave to the read
ers of his paper a glowing account of the
event , with no intimation that thcro was
any joke back of It , Blrchard Is known
all along the line , having boon on the
road for seven years or moro , and the
country papers on the rood copying the
Item , most of his frlonds were soon in
formed of his good fortune. At every
station ho w&s mot with a query about
that lantern , and many wanted to BOO It ,
end poor Blrchard has been about worn
out tqnarlng himself. The boys thought
that ho had suffered enough , and that ho
deserved a lantern anyway , so last week
they clubbed together ana bought ona of
the handsomest silver lanterns which
ever was made , n perfect beauty , and
ono which trill make the oycs of all the
other conductors dance with envy. A
delegation from hero on Sunday wont to
Stuart , where ha lives ' , and there captur
ing him , presented'him with the gift , and
expressed tha best wishes of the employes
of the Council Bluffs station , the c&shlor ,
Jo RofT , making tha presentation speech ,
It bolog this tlmo In earnest. The recip
ient WHS truly surprised , and ho could
not but forgive the boys for the old tin
lantern joke , and brought ont the beat
the house afforded and served thorn
royally. Now when Conductor Blrchard
is asked to show up his now lantern ho
don't ' hnvo to oltp behind some box car ,
but can flash In the f ice of the inquirer ,
as bright a llttlo beauty as was over
swucg in signal. Ho deserves U , too.
No Intomlunn.1 Neglect.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , August 10 To the
Editor of the BEE. An article placed In
yonr valuable paper as to a place In
ranks on the 10th lust , says "That
Commander Llndt of the G. A , R. post
informed the colored citizens that as soon
as the civic crders were placed In their
order of march they wonld be given a
place in lino. " Now this statement is
all right. But whoso was the fault that
our colored friends were not In lino.
Not the G. A. R. , neither the votcrcna
nor citizens. The adjutant failed to
Eiad the worthy organization in ranks ,
and sorry to cay In a scattered condition ,
and was unable to ascertain its com
mander. The G. A. R. always have
and do welcome all organizations
and civic societies to join
them on apodal occasions. And expect
them to join organized with us as they
would the G. A. R. with their societies.
And a thankful ' 'God bless yon" goes out
In response from every veteran soldier
and loyal heart in the last tribute we
could bestow to our now departed com
mander. The G. A. R. and veterans
have not forgotten the days when the
colored citizens north end south joined
us In the spirit of fidelity and loyalty ,
The eoldlors have not forgotten this , and
If our many colored friends will remember -
ber Remember yonr frlonds The boys
In blue. Most respectfully ,
A , A , Kendall , an attorney of Clarinda ,
was In the city yesterday.
Miss Carrie Loubort , of Sioux City , Is vlalt-
icg her sUtor , Mrs. Grotzer.
Dr. II. A. Woodbury has returned from
lia trip to Spirit and Minnotonka lakoa.
Harry Ilemcrs , manager o ! the Broadway
aundry. baa returned from hia recent trip to
A. T. Flickinger , of the firm of Fllckirwr
Bros. , atidhia bitter , nro expected home to-day
from their visit to tbeir bid homo in Inde
Dr. Macrae was called to Atlantic last night
to attend to Mr. Ilulftt , who was formerly
connected with the transfer hero , and who is
now lying very 111 at Atlantic.
E. A. Booker end B , T. Connor returned
Sunday evening from Konoahn , whither tley
took the remains of Mr. liecker'a brother ,
who died here from tbo effects of a eunstrok- ,
Services at Oakland.
The memorial services at Oakland wore
entered into BO generally and tbo arrange *
ments so vrleoly planned and snccecsfully
carried out as to bo very creditable to
that llvo and public spirited town , The
procession was , In numbers and make-up ,
one which would have done credit to a
larger city. There is a post of the Grand
Army of the Republic , which , of course ,
took a prominent part In the day's
doings. The Masons , Odd Fellows , and
others joined , ard one of the most
pleating features of the parade was the
pretence In line of over forty
ladles , a coodly number of whom are in
attendance at the teachers'Institute being
hold there. The town was lavishly dec
orated , and the exercises were of a pecu
liarly Interesting nature. Col. Dally , of
Council Blull'i , was the principal orator of
the day , and gave a grand address.
W , T. Wilcox also made an excellent
speech , and Mr , Roberts , who wai presi
dent of the diy , gave an interesting bio
graphical sketcn. The vocal mnsto was
very good , and the programme through-
nut was worthy of the town and of the
Fried in * u'a Flro.
Thoio was little now to bo learned
yesterday morning concerning the fire at
Friedman's store beyond what was given
in yo Urdsy's BEE. Mr. Friedman was
( a Dta Molnec , and hcnco there wis
nothing done In regard to getting at a
closer estimate of the lots than wai given
In the BEE. No clno has been gained ss
to who the thlovca iroro who went
through the store , and whether the fire
was started by them accidentally or
Intentionally Is still a mystery. Tbo
Insurance Is abundant to cover the loss
by fire , the following being the amounts
and compinles :
Herman , of Kocliestor 1,200
Ptucnlx , of London 1,500 ,
Glens Falli 750
Commercial Union. 1,000
Union , of Pennsylvania 760
Homo , of California COO
The New York
552 Broadwav ;
Council Bluffs , Iowa
LIC and PRIVATE
SYSTEMS of SEW
ERAGE , WATER :
WORKS and VEN
ed and constructed !
in all its branches.
This conroanv have
one of the best assort
ed stocks oi plumb
ing goods in the west.
H. Birkinbine *
Tele-phone No , 27.
FOR BALI BY
S.A. PIERCE ;
100 Main at. , Council Bluffs
Retail lioot and Shoo etoro * heio big bargains can
nios. OKHCB n. w. H M. TCHE
Office & Pusev.
Council Bluffe , Iowa.
Established , - 1865
Ho. 60 ? Pioaawdf C , anoll BlnHs ,
Railway Time Table.
3Th loUowluf lee times ol the isirlv l i-jd da >
parture of tralnt by ocntrU etandard time O the
local depot ) . Tftloi loivo transfer depot l > .1 rain
atoi eamor ind aril re ten zoloutei later ,
0:25 : A M Matt and Kipreaj f-ifU
12:10 : r M Accommodation t 0 r it
f > :80 : r M Kxprcsj V.vfi A u
CHICAGO AMD KOOg IILA3P.
9:25 : A M Mill and Knpresj 8M : r M
F5 : A H Accommodation 6 : ] 5 r u
i:80 : r u Excreta BxO A u
C31CA80 , UILWAOKII AND n , ttOI *
S:20'A : u Mall and Expresa B : " ) r M
> : " 6 r 11 KxprcaB 9.05 A n
ignotBOi u unoro AVD quuoT.
9:50 : A Utll and Express 7ilO r u
ijr Aa o'juia odatlon 2ou : r u
4 $ r aturi > H 8:5l > A M
WABUU , IT , LOUH AID rAcine ,
J:1B : r M Local St. toul ) Hxpreea Local
JOOrM : Tjantlcr " > f Transfer 8:20 : r x
KA ia OUT , ST. jos itro couxcui num.
100fi ; A u Mall and Kxpreea 0:40 : r u
8:15 : r u Ki | > ri83 tM A u
I1UUX C1TT AKD rACIIIO.
720 ; A M Mall for Sioux City CM r M
rtO : t u Kxpresa for St Paul 9:26 : u
11:00 : A u Dtnver Kxpreta * ' 'f > f u
1:05 : F M Uncoln E'aii O'a ii II Y : S6 r M
IS6 : r u Overland i.xprcsa 8SO : A u
PUKUT TXAI.SB TO OMini.
* IpeaTO 'Council 'BluBi 8.65 7:56 : 8:80 : V > M
11:10 : a. in. 1:80 : 8 0-8.80 4:28 : 86 : :44
11:19 p. m. Ia > e Omaha 8.25 7:26 clO 10
11U5 a. tn. l W2:00gooco466B5 : : : :
KOTJCt SrweUi a Terlltemcott , me i tx
found , To Loan , Pol Sale , To R nt , Wanti , Board
In ; , eia. , trill ba Inserted In th ! eptmna at Ibs low
tate ot TEN CENTS PER LINE roi'the flrit loicrtlon
nd FIVE OKNT8 PER LINK for each rab * qn n | In
strllon. ticavctilrnrtlsemtnii O oai olflo * , Ho.
I'cail sir oat
WAMRD-Aflr t-c : ! | 'lUnl ! > erty ) the New York
riumblni OJ. . No. 6M Droadnay found
ItlutTg. NODO Init flrst-tltM hand next rplj ° -
A tlx room home , ten mlnnlci walk
from Irasl&Cifi , clt ; ntttr , welUml cUtcrn. Fo
rent cheap ,
-No. ISOUsrtlson street , thrco roomr
ItcMAiioN A Co.
4 Toil Btttct.
FOR SU.K An c'cRftnt Wltcontln tummer rnoit
2(0 acres , 1 ( 0 tillable , railway nation and to m
boat andin * ! frame house lor hrnicftoad ! pavilion
wine cellars , rettaurant , Ice house , tenement house
tour cotttRo * , r > i n , Sto fruit tries , ! Mies prnp <
cow , horses , 13 boats , cto A fine resort , SCO Uo
bovyWl'oontlnrtcr , ami 120 feet nboie Daulioo
Hull pay 5,000njcar. Address W. A a , BRK
oHIoo , Council IlluiU ,
FOR 8M.B Lamlt Improved Had unimproved
II you want * farm In western Iowa , Kansu
Nebraika or Dakota , lotus hear from you ,
SWAN i WALKIIB.
jjiOIl HALE llousoi. Lota and Land. A. ,
JC1 Stcpl cnKin , SOS First avenue.
rpo KXCAANO D C , b 9 , b 10 , b 13 lire hotels In UlU
JL croDtloctttliiu Icr palo or tor trade.
T > 158 , special bargain ; 400 n ImrroveJ farm worth
JDglS.OOO , price for a short tlmoSlG.oco , will trade
for low pilccd Western lands. Swan & Walker ,
HJ01 , eaddlcry Hardnaro itmmfacturlnj ; cstab
llihrccnt etock and machinery , \nluo $7CCO , lot
western land Svran & Waikvr , Council llluOa.
BS03 , i-tock f f dry Roode , urooerlos and hardware
\aluo , 95,000 , In an ROOU eastern Nebraska town
or land. Swan n Walker.
B201 , stock of general merchandise In a good
western lawn to tialtio 4,000 , wants an Im
men ed farm In western Ion a. iswan & Walker.
T ) SOS , stock of hardware In Etuboi ) Co , Indiana ,
JO lor land , \aluo about ? 4OCO. Swan & Walker.
, new etock of bar ware In a Iho Nebraska
BSOO for Itnd , vulue $3,000. Snan & Walker.
, stock of agricultural Implements and ehelt
hardware.nluo about 8,000. wants a good Ini
ftm od farm. B an & Walker.
T > 203 , a $10,000 stock of clothing In a Rood Wla
JL > consln city , 3 In lands and biUnco cash or im
proved eecurlt ) . Beautiful Btoro room at low "rent.
Swan & Walker.
210 , dock of mixed hardware In a Il\e western
B Io a town for cheap lands , \aluo $0,000. .Swan
B211 , flno brick block , rents well , In a\o central
la.t wn ono rcora occupied with general stock ol
coeds , wants an Improtcd farm , \aluoj building
18,000 , poods $7,000. Huanis Duiker.
S12 stork of boots , shoos hats , en pa and clothing
\aluo. ) $3 000 , Incne ofthobeet towns In Neb. ,
valued 83,000 for iftncls. Swan & Wtlkir.
B213 , a$3OCO tlock of clotMne , wants land In
North Western Iowa , for $0,000 , and will pay
dlflcrcnco Swan 4. Wtlker.
B214 , an $8,000 stock of drugs In central Iowa for
land. .Swan & Wnlcrr.
l. > 21tiaiiotlicr etock nf drugs viluo frnm500 tn$700
JJ w ith itoro bnlldlng ard lot > aluo8SOO In a gooJ
* cbraika town wants partly Improved land , Swan &
full particulars , write to or call upon Sn an &
ITiOR . If 5 ou want to tell , buy. or tradoany-
thlng , tell S. & W. about It. Swan & Walker , Coun
cil BluHs Iowa.
F. II. ORCUTT , S. T. FRENCH ,
I. M. TIIKYNOB ,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths ,
Etc , , Etc-
Office & Store Shades
Made to Order.
On short notice. Write for prices
209 Broadway , - -
yards print , . .f 1
" drees goods , . ,
' nublan gingham , , . .
" good glnyham ,
" Lelloalr cliovoltj. . . . , . ,
0 good sheeting , . , ,
lv Suffolk Juans. . * . . . . * , , . . . . . .
Bent Jeann all wool , SOo per yard.
Uootn and ehot.ii at prices as 1 jw as any house In the
IdpoundiexO sugar ,
18 pounds granulated luiar , , , , . ,
13 poundi ooi factional ) ' A sugar ,
in Lara white Kustlau Boap. Kirks
[ 0 bars I lue India soap , Kliks . . .
2 tiral'ilau soap , Lautt lro'j. . .
18 boxes natch on
llC8te > iun , porgillon . , .
Pent Bort'l , fir gallon
Beit Engllnh currents li pounds
10 boxea genulnu Lewis lye
2-pound cans itrawbcrrles In ejrup
2-pound canipcachen , In syrup
1 8-pound cms tomatoes 00
10 pounds lllcblgandrled apples . . . . . . . . . no
10 ' evaporated apples 00
LofiTarTclFuuVtobacco'pe' pound. . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Na > y plug tobacco , per pout'd JO
Na'unlloil tobtcoo , per pound. . . . . Uv
flour , all brands Ir3m 12.10 to ? 3 60 per cwt.
GOODS FOU CASH ONLY
Lower Than Any Other House
IN THE CIIV.
S.H. FILBERT ,
At the Now rleana Exposition.
1. Tin Jaryol awards critically examined the various wtltlaff nacl.lncan . ! dmdod by a t
thirds vote to Rho tbo highest award to the DKMIVOTOX.
. The decision cl J ? WM Ignored byth .
committee olaw.rdf , and other Juron ore aid.
8. Thlsiecond Jury .lio Cflllcillyoiamlncd tbo various . .
W.llrRrn.chDM | | , and nwdo the aw rdol %
Drat chij gold modal , the hlfrho.t * ar < J , to the IUVINOWN SUndmlT. , | , Wiltor. for " .ImplloHy , darn-
blllty , c so of manipulation and tpefd. "
4. Too report of this Jury WM made , dtlltcroj to and rccjlptcl far by the coutnlttja of avwdj on
6. The ni6mbor of thli Jury wcro n > crill9ohanfd.
P. No oth r ) ury examined the III.MUOTO.NStandard TJI o-V.'rllcr at Xcw Oilenns. '
7. lboclfncrsoftb. | awird arc bonoratle and well known gentlinnti. ThMraldrntsaiaro Ch
A. Morgan , FEQ , touthein maniKcr of B. 0 , Dunn &Co.KowOtl-an , In. ; tU-Ootornor rrink BACJ
U. a commissioner of Kimas , andiirtsldontof tto U. P. bond of oommuiloiier * , Chitmto , Ka ; Cleo. A.
Beaten , Ktq. , stcncgni > hcr Mid Bcrctar ) of the board of U. 8. coromlntciio , Columbui , Ohio.
8. The aradavlls of HIIRO gentlemen and the history ol the cntojf , tthlch wo are preparlns
pamphlet form , wo will 1 plctscd to furnish on n > : icatlcn.
The fclkmlng la the report :
The World's IndmtililaridCotlcnCcntcLnUIKxptBltlon.XowOileani. Jury report. ApplleMb
No. 816 ; group Oj cla 014. Competition.
Iho nndortlKtiod Jurors In Iho bo > o entitled claw , bating citcfully examined the exhibit made
B. Ketnln ton A. fetus , Him , Nnv lork , nndnllccmi illr.Kc . hlbltf , concur In recommending the a
of * first clots mcd ( ho StaneaidTjpo.Wrlter , for ' .
Birapllc'ty , dur.blltj , oaioof manipulation a
Dated t lOlhdjyofM.y.lSM. . OKO.11KATON- , \
UIU8. A. MoruuN , Vjuton ;
fHANK BACON , f
WIKOIT.S AMANS A BENEDICT , SS9 Urcadnay , New York.
Chicago Office , 8 Madison Sr
O. H. SHOLES , Agent ,
Council Rinds , Town. * '
SMITH & TOLLER , ACTS.
7 and 9 Main St. ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
, - - - .
Complete Line of New Goods Always on Hand.
Norene & Landstrom ,
Suits to order In Ifttoat styles at cheapest possible prices.No.
No. 205 Main St. , Council Blt-ff
AND "THE ENGLISH1' KITCHEN.
Regular Dinner 31:3O to 1HO : , 25 cents.
505 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
The only nil night house iu the city. Evorythicg served in first clcM style and on shor
notice. Hot and cold lunchoa always ready.
N. J. SWANSON. 0. E. SWANSON
8WJLN8ON MUSIC CO. ,
Dealers in PIANOS AND ORGANS
And all kinds of muslool Inttrumcntn. Fiance ind orjrans eolo on the Irstallmtnt [ Ian. Muilcil natru.
mentaof o > ery description timed and repaired. IIa\lng o\cr 14 jcaraexpoilcncoln the Luslnoas wo fee
confident of gl\Ing the l > cst ol eatlalactlon , Hemonibcr ttc place. Sign uf the gilt organ
329 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
Keep Homes and Muloa constantly on hand which
wo will sell In retail or carload lotn
II Stock Warranted as Renresented
holesale undrctMl dotlors to Ornln nd Baled Ilay. Prlccaro -
eoniblu Ektletaction Guaranteed.
SGIILUTER A BOVLEY \
Cor. Cth Av. and 4th St. , Council Bluffs.
Waves , Langtry and Pompadour Frizzes.Switch
es , etc , , ready made and made to order. Prices
cheaperthan ever. Call and see for yourself ,
MRS. C. L. GILLETTE.
Formerly MRS. J. J. G-OOBE.
29 Main Street , Council Bluffs
W. P. AYLSWORTH
Biick bulldlDBs of any kind raised or moved and uMlnfaction guaranteed. Frame hou
moved on Little Giant trucks , the best In tbu world.
1010 Mnth'Btroet , Council BIufl
In Council Ulufta having
And all modern improvements , call bolls , Cro
alarm belle , etc. , ia the
Nos , 21D , 217 and 210 , Main Street.
MAX M-UIN , - PKOl'JUETOU
Madame E , J , Bate ,
Who for tfco rwt 10 yearsbas been prsctlilnsr In
Ban KrancUco It now located at No 18 H. Ctli Hlrrot ,
oppoillo now Opera House ,
aladame llalccar guarantees to rcttcro
HAIR OR WHISKERS ,
Or tngl o anyone a lugh mustache or bring out a
ne growth tf balr or beard lu from four totlxvceka.
rlcoi real unable and batltfu tlon guarautted ,
Cancers , dealncis andiBrrcUIIj jhtumalUm nd
riircnlo thuintuuu ly BMtuial gl't ' of be
j r. JS. JT. JRalccar ,
.Council lilulFa , IB.
of to Peace.
BLUFFd , IOV76-
AJE880N8 GIVJDN *
Piano and Organ ,
Ity Mies Fnnnia Westcott , Organitt ; at tha
1'resbyterian church. Kosiclencu GOG Wash-
E , Face M , D.
fl * llflDDO or other IHWIOIH remove ! without the
lliHuDnij ) | knifoor drawing ol Uood.
CHRONIC -DISEASES , < *
0cr thirty jcarapr ctlra Jeirlence. Cdce No
11 , I'm Utivet , Council Llufld
General AKtnt at large
FOND SYSTEM , "
Life and Annuitv Ins.Co
WKBTKIIN Dtror , 22 PKABL STBEIT
OOUNOIL BLUFFS , IA ,
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