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MONDAY MOUSING , < VCT 28.
t Ho. 19 re ri A lr t.
DtllTt-rtilhycanlcr In oftr4t.lt } t
ivM-nt * * ( nts per w < tH.
II. W. Tn.To.v , -
ficltci" , tlio tailor , for ingoods. ] \ .
The revival incelingfi at the
clmreli continue 1o draw bit ; crowds.
Tim registry lista nro ssild to show an
Increase of fully nine hmulrcil in the
number of voters in the city.
The city council will next nui-t ou
Momlny evening of next win ; * , that being
Hie regular monthly Hireling.
Wll ( itilvin Btvys ho ilocnn't want to
Bfjrvfl ne cnntain oi police , which leaves
the mayor free to appoint Charlie Wal
lers , which ho will probably do.
The superior court ! H dill busy T/lth
Iho oftfto of tlic Western Coltag Organ
company ngatnst . ) . Mueller , suxl the
c uc promiK'H to occupy ninny days yet.
Jndtfii Whiting , the J inoirntlo cawll *
Jntfl tor ( governor , spent Sunday in the
city eloi-elcd with .sonic of his dcn.ocratjo
friends. He has a mci'tlng at Atlantic
Fremont Iltmjamm and A. W. \skwith ,
who \vnro partners in jumping from n
ropuhJleiin convention into ; i demoeratlc
one , have now joined together in the law
The ladies of thn Presbyterian church
nrc runnefttcd to meet at tno church nt 2
o'clock thin afternoon to decide on the
nentmjr of the church. Mrs. ( itorpo T.
1'liclps , President of Womai 'a Kxchs-nge.
1'rrry Heel , the democratic eandiduto
for BlierllV , hac now resigned hit position
ns pobtnniHtor at tlio town which bears
hli name. This relieves the democratic
ndministrnlinn of the neee.sslty of remov
ing him for oll'oimivo partiHiiiish'u.
It is said that u number of eiti/ens
have banded tlicnipelvcs together to Her
if they cannot , net thn next grand jury t
tnko Fome action in tiie Miloon CIIHCH , un
less the observance of bourn is unforced ,
and especially the closing on Sunday * * .
Lon DaviH , Ed Williams ) , P. Sharp and
William Wyeoit' , who wore KJ-H .sted for
disorderlineM on the streets
General niu-ht , were before the court
yetterday Davis urnn lined , and the
otlierH are to have n hearing to-morrow
The Chicago , llurlington. & Quincy
brakcman , W. F. Drew , who w si arrest
ed on thn eliurgc of robbing H. > ' . 15rown
of a watch , has given bull of $1100 for his
appearance for hearing to-morrow oven-
Inff , It is predicted that the matter will
too fixed np M > that the piosecution will
The city engineer has about all he can
do to explain to property * ow iors and
citi/crH ) generally points anonttnc sewerage -
age , almost every one having an idea
that they have discovered something
ivrong , or which could be bettered , and
ho has got Insner\cH aud patience norely
tried , but ho manugos not to lose much
flcHh , and keeps reasonably good Matured
Smith & Locrcke , the Main street
bakers , now roll out onto ( he streets the
handsomest and most convenient deliv
ery wagon ever seen hero in that line. It
ie a novel arrangement , and is made and
decorated in the latest metropolitan man
lier , and attracts attention and excites
admiration wherever it appci rs' . The
Jinn should not only feel proud of it , but
it is a credit to the cit > through whoso
streets it rolls.
The beer garden dances Sunday niglitg
are again being denounced as most dU-
orderXv and disgraceful. It seems Ihut
there might be some police regulation
instead of having every sort of a place to
go on the free-for-all plan. During a re
cent smirt of reform tne mayor was very
strict in regard to tins Sunday niglit
dances , but he has got over it as quickly
JIB begot into it.
The work of laj'lng Rewer pipes in the
alley in the rear of Kiel's hotel com
menced yesterday , but the properly own
ers are now urging the council to have
the sewer run north and connect with
Fifth avenue , instead of running south ,
ns tl'oro is little prospect of the sewer
being extended south tor some time , and
they want to get the use of the sewer as
soon as possible , and the Fi h avenue
ecwer wul probably bo laid inho spring ,
'Hie concert given last evening at. the
opera house by the Schubert quartette
called out a good si/.ed audience , not no
large a one as the high order of the en
tertainment merited , but still an excel
lent one for this city , and one composed
of the be.st classes. The programme was
an enjoyable one , and while of a high
musical order , still there was a tinge of
popularity to it. The artists who thus
nftorded tjie public such a treat arc cer
tainly entitled to high praise , and those
who necured this city such an entertain-
mcnt deserve the thanks of the public.
Those who heard Congress nan Herr ,
of Michigan , when ho spoke here two
years ago , will need no urging to hear
niin again next Saturday evening. Tnoso
ivho did not hoar hint then cannot atl'oid
to lose the opportunity of hearing him
tins time. Ho is one of the clearest
thinkers , most thoroughly educated and
most popular speakers whom that state
has produced , and his public life has
fitted him for giving to tno people i-olid
facdt , while his natural keenness of per
ception and brilliancy of thought makes
his addres es such that they command
and hold the attention of any audience.
lie should have a house crowded to the
utmost , and those who at to ad will be
amply repaid. _
Be sure and ask your grocer for the
bread made at Smith iteLpurcko'fl bakery ,
No. 521) ) Main street. It is the very best
made. Try it and bo convinced.
AVoutlicr Slrii > 8.
Weather strips , weather stn ps , weather
strips at W. N . Chapman's art store , 105
and 107 Main street. _
A new and elegant line of plain and
colored photographs just received at W.
W. Chapman's , 105 and 107 Main street.
Substantial abstracts of tito and real
estate Joans. J. W , , & K. L. Squire , 101
Pearl street. _
heap at Homer's , 23 Main St.
Carpets goin cheap ut Harknesfl
Cash tolls in favor of loj prices nt
Cottage ningGB , ( iurlnnd stoves , Ha-
diiint llonu's and Hub liculurti of tlio very
latest patterns at boil rook prices , ut
Cooper & McUee's. No.11 Alain street.
For harthvarn and house furnlshngs.
> t prices of Cooper & MeUeo , JM i. 41
ain street , _ _ _ _ _
W4NTKi > Wheat , corn and oats in car-
Jots. Liberal advances made on all oou-
Brtau t8 , by J. Y. Fuller , Council HJull's ,
Iowa , am ! O ' ' , Ncb.
It von wiah to niako lt > g > timStsyop ! }
len fo fitly dollttra per arty wnte ( o * an
& Smith , No , M Fouitli street. Council
Clonks iu 1 wraps ol all styles and
prloca at K' 'Vifba JUothe > 48. Or'Jirs
token for itfwiilJ ganmnts i "fi li' . uar-
Fine Cf.iitHair Undevwrav for
Jhdics and < \JOuat Uroth-
* * ' " ' * - ' '
DIG BATCH OF CITY BUSINESS ,
More PTin # Oulewd , and Important Act -
t o s in Various Mutlcre.
ELECTION OF A FIRE CHIEF ,
A Counterfeiter AlmoM N"lpe < l A
Vnrlcty or Noivn
In and Attout ttie
The cily council spent the v.holo of
yesterday forenoon in considering vari
ous matters of interest to the city , the
sesi-loiJ proving an impoiUnt one. All
the members were present , as well as the
A petition for a lamp post at the cor
ner of Avenue 1) anil Tenth fctreet was
The mr.yor informed the council that
ho had ordered the gas lighted , e\cn on
moonlight night.s.on Mich streets as wore
being torn up by improvements , so as to
do away with the possibility of accidents.
This led to the inquiry UH to what ar
rangement lind been nude with the gas
coinptmynnd the answer wns that the gas
was being supplied under th" old con
tract , notwithstanding the icccnt roar
for a new one.
Mr. W. S. McMieken requested the
council to consider the justice and advis
ability of n different mode of asseisment
for paving. He owns the lot at _ the cor
ner of Willow avenue and Main street ,
and whiln he linn bven assessed for the
paving In front of the proiwrty on Main
htreet , the city now pioposen to mnki ;
him pay for paving Willow avenue. Ho
claims that the lots north of hi ? on Main
street are gicntly benefited by the paving
of Willow avenue , and should pity a part
of the expense. This led to a discussion
of the modes of making special r.ssess-
ments. It was claimed by nome that in
Chicago , Omaha tmd other lilies as
sessments were m do In accordance
with the benefits derived , and not on the
basin of the pioperty which directly
fronted on the paving. It was stated
that Judge Clinton urged the point of
osM'Siing in accordance with the bene
fit derived , instead of by frontage. In
borne cjtics a jury is given the taik of de
ciding in regatd to these benefit j. In
others a certain portion is paid by the
abutting propel ty , and the rest by the
paving district in which the work is
done. AH it is important to settle this
question before nny more work in done ,
tne matter was referred to the city
attorney to report as soon as petiole.
John 'Stewart asked the council to set
tle in home way for fillin" ; done by him
on Fourth avenue and Union avenue ,
the property abutting not being of hiif-
ficient value to warrant a suit. Re
The matter of a change of grade of the
sidewalk on Scott street was m'-cus ed nt
length , and referred to the city engineer
ami attorney to prepare the neeei-ary
resojutions , if the property owners in
writing would agree to relieve the eity
from anjr damages.
Resolutions vj ere parsed ordering Pearl
htreut paved with cedar blocks ; also the
alley north of Hroadway from Main
to North Second street , and the alley east
of Main from Fifth avenue to Story Mrcet ,
the work to be let ( o the lowest bidder.
Uiils were opened for filling the inter
sections on Mynstor street , and the work
let to Fred Klein at 20 cents a yard for
filling on Sixth street , in general 'fund
warrants , or 1C cents cash : on Seventh
fit rcet one cent more a yard. The only
other bidder was George Wooliver ,
whose bid was only 0110 cent higher on
Seventh street , aud juot the same as
Klein on the other.
Sonic communications were read from
M. Vincent in regard to the threat of the
council to his annual contract for the
fewer ditch , unless he proceeded to put
on a full force of men and teams , and
push the work to completion. Mr. Vin
cent insisted that ho had. worked when
ever the weather would permit , but that
the council had not kept its agreements ,
and that ho could not go on with the
work unless he was paid some cash on
his estimai s. He claimed to have about
$17,000 of the warrants but he could not
use them as collateral , and he miibt
have the cash. If the city would sell the
bonds , as was promised , then ho could be
assured that he could have some cash to
pay the men. As he understood the law ,
the defaulting party in a contract could
not annul the contract , and as the cjty
was in that position he proponed to in
sist on his rights. Ho .suggested that the
various actions of ( he council in regard
to the matter and the way he had neon
treated would form very interesting
reading matter. There was considerable
talk , and the fecntimcnt of the council
seemed rather in favor of seeing if Mr.
Vincent would not agree to throw up
the job , and then the city could go ahead
and employ men and teams , and pay
them in warrants , and get the work fin
ished. It Mas estimated that It would
taio about $5,001) ) more to complete the
enterprise. A hpecial committee con-
sibling of Aldermen Siedcntopf , Mynster
and Straub , and the city attorney , were
appointed to confer with Mr. Vincent.
Alderman Shugavl offered the following
Resolved , That the mayor be requested
to itrictly enforce the Sunday ordinance
in relation to closing the saloons upon
This made a little flurry. It was stated
that the hotels could not very well olobc
their bars tight , and that the electric
lights burned at other saloons Sundays
its well as other days , and that some of
the saloons had no back doors , etc. The
ma. } or hiiid that if the resolution was
passed it should bo strictly carried out.
hotels aud all. Alderman Sftugart voiced
the sentiment of a largo number of people
ple in declaring that it was disgraceful
the way the saloons were running Sundays -
days , and after further talk it was de
cided to let the resolution lay over until
next Monday night , and that if the
saloons did not braeo up some it would
then bo passed and all t-hut up tight.
A resolution was passed instructing the
marshal to arrest within three- days all
saloon keepers who hud not paid their
license for October.
J. T. Stewart requested the council to
take bomo steps to have the otrcet filled
up HO that the Q. track leading to his
packing house could bo rohiid , as the
Inihlness could not bo started up until
then. Referred ,
Some talk was indulged in regai ding
the now bridge across the river. It was
suggested that the old dump kept the
water from running oft" lu case of a flood ,
and that the building of another dump
tvould make it still worse. Some thought
there was an old contract \\itli the Union
.Tiieilio requiring the company to make
tunnel ? or other water ways through thn
old dump , nt each street , and a resolu
tion was passed that the company should
tiiiyway provide suitable waterways
both in tlio old dump and the new one.
'rlio city engineer and committee on rail
ways were instructed to investigate as to
whether the putting up of the now
i."itiJj lilTugti- ; " " . . * ' - ' . so narrow tne water , course iU .
ci > to endanger the lower pan oi ino vi-j
.a case of high water.
The city engineer fiuprgestod that the
opuncil had not better be too rash about
t'fcir proceedings , as ho wanted to see
t'e | now bridge built , and he was not any
certain that tno company would
.t after all the talk , lie thought it
o probable that the company \vould
iinulv build an ice bridge , und then re-
pair the old bridge , and then take away
the temporary Mruetnro
The railway committee were Instructed
to SPA about tbti practicability of getting
a free wiicon and foot bridge put In
across the mer nt the foot of Hrosulwny ,
the bridge to bo a low ono
The same committee- as Instructed to
correspond witu the olllcUls of thoC H.
A Q. railway company in regard to hav
ing them build anew deH ) > t , it being
greatly needed lure.
The long delayed election of n street
supervisor nnd ehlnl of the fir s depart
ment then came. In order to clear the
deck for action , it was decided to do away
with tin ; further terviees of Jo Ross as
street supervisor , and elect a man under
the new ordinance. The Hilary was li\i d
nt7i5 a month On an infoimal bal
lot K. S. Harnctt received four votes , and
Win. Hrh two. On the formal ballot
the election of Mr Harnctt was inndo
The election of ft new chief of the tire
department called fortb oome fcly play.
Tiu > opposition to the election of 1 > . K
Kieher seemed aiuious to icUiiu Charles
Sanderson. He has been serving aH tem
porary chief , und has been allowed ten
dollars o\tra a month , above the * < r >
which he di : tw t as a regular fireman. It
was suggested thnt tin * arrangement
should be continued , as the eity would
not only have n i ? < x > d man. but would
MVU by having one mnn fill both posi
tions. The e who fi'lt in duty bound to
elect Eieher , he having been elected be
fore. and having made the legal light
nnd been ncfunted in trjing to sccuro
junt what the council hud ordejed him to
take , would not have it this way , nnd on
an informal ballot Sanderson received
one vote , Jake Rogers one , Hurry Hirk-
inbine one , Eieher three nnd Fisher ono.
The formal ballot gave Kieher four ,
Rogers one. and Pat Lney one. The
election of Kieher was declared.
The request of Judge Ayleeworth to bo
paid his salary in cash instead of general
fund warrant * ) was reported on adversely
by the committee. Aldernmn Sieden-
topf was very blimp and Keen in hln op
position to the paying of the judge in
cash. Ho iiiuiitcd th.it the law was very
plainly ng.iinst pacing him in any other
way than eity warrants In addition to
this he felt that it was not fair for the
judge to insist on cash. The hilary was
a good one , .f'J.GOO n year , and while
workingineu were obliged to take if 1.50 a
tiny for hard work and get their pay in
warrants , he thought the judge could
Bttind warrants , lie felt that the judge
was too good natuml , anil did not gel as
many fines into the city treasury as ho
might. He cited some jtihtanees The.ro
was a fierce fight between ouc man with
a knife aud another with A brickbat , und
yet both were discharged five A farmer
and a butcher hud a cow , the tail hiMi
been twinted oil , the animal had been
clubbed so that its cye.s were bulged out ,
and a lire had been nuiit under her to
make her get up and move , Miu having
been ho used up by a sixteen mile drive
that hhe could go nofmther. The par-
tics were arrested for cruelty to iminmls
but nothing wa.s done with them. More
than this he did not like the idea of a
judge threatening thecouncil that unless
he wa * paid in eaih he would allow the
saloon men and others to pay their lines
and licenses in city warrants , and thus
cut otV the cash income. On a vet the.
motion to pay him in cah wnt lost , Al-
dernnm Mynster and Shugart alone voting
ing in its favor.
The council then adjourned.
A. OnrrlaRO Overturned.
A carriage containing Mrb T. J. Kvans
and two ladies ; from the institution for
the deaf nnd dumb , Mi us Clement and
Miss Wilcoxson , was tipped over on tin ;
corner of Sixth and Mynster streeta by
driving n little too close to the edge of
the grading. All the ladies were Mime-
what injiued. Mis. Kvans receiving a cut
on the temple , Mis.s W5Jco\sou quite : i
cut on the cheek , and Miss Clement's
arm being broken and her shoulder
brutecd. The ladies weie. taken to the
home of Mrs. Evan" , and are getting
along well , with good pro'pocts of speedy
recovery from their iu juries.
For everything in the grocorv line give
th new firm of Kinlz & Klee.b , lt >
IJrosulway , a trial. Everything new and
fresh. Fancy groceries a .specialty.
NOTICE. Special sulvcrlleomcnfa , sui'li iw
Lost , I'ound , To Ixmi , Fur Sale , To Itcut , W-oits
Hoarding , etc. , will bo ln ini * < 1 In thU column nt
the low rule of TKN CKNT8 I'KK J.1NK for tbo
flrnt insertion untl FIVK CKNTS I'CU LINK for
each 8tit ! < Miiout | liibcrtion. Iv < > a\o udvtniso-
monlsnt our oflicc , No. 11'euil hticot , nonr
3IOll SALK tlofnR' desirous of moving to
Oinnhii , on iiociiunt nt my ln lni' s , J offer
for snlo my resilience , corner Fourth iivi-inin
iindNintli ecrcot. Inqulio ou premises. _ , A. 1' .
WANTKD A ( fond ( till lor wnvrnl IKJUM--
work ; No. Mi JiuneniH etruut.
O 1IENT A new wven-room houec. Einiuirtj
FOlt KENT A Fix-loom liouso , ten
wiilli from lint-lilt' , city water , well and of-
teni. For imt olienp.
Foil Jlt.M No. 1M Tlairlfon Miret , lliroo
rooms. MMMKN \ Co. ,
FOR SAT.K , r < H IiNT 4)11 KXUIIAN < ii : .
. 63 For Fiilo or rent , on very llticrnl tcnnv.
The Council llluiri , I'.iior | Mlllr < iriilotij | ) , ttltli
bouidluir uouuo uud three ucie % of
No. 1.6 A Imslneiifi property in Chrrokt-o ,
Choiokno county , \n\\n \ , will ti ado for wettern
lumls. Vulun , Hliout JI , ' . < W.
No. I ! ' * A lieiiutlful homo In the town of Hast-
Inirf , Mills county , Jo'rtu , for Nebiiiska Innd.
Viiluo , WJUM.
No. 41 A ( roe < l lnifllnpf.8 property nnd ulso a
peed ifsIdent'O propcity In tliu town of Clicmo
McUjan county , III. , low down for ciinbor vill
oxchunt'O for etlern lands.
No. 179 A uplundld farm , well Improved , ( HO
acms in DlekniHin county , Imui , joining the
lowuol Spirit Lake. 1'riuc , lor n lort liino ,
$35 per ncro.
No. 1H to 1S7 Aie four Inpiovtxl farms In
Phillips count v. Kitimus , each Hli n biniill In-
c'liinlirnnco. The eiiuilHS vllllio
unlncumliered land l In Noli.
No. iyT 4N ) ucns in Unit eoiiniy , Nob. , tmrtly
Iinproxed , nt u liltr biirguln. V.'tuitb to ciclimifc-o
No. M A line two story brick residence , ono
of the best locutions In Council lllufle , will Undo
tor good unlncunlinred Kmisus or NebniBka
laiuiu. Vnliut. f in.ouo.
No. fi'i and 11 Are two other bountiful bomna
In Council lllutfd , which cuali puyiuuiiia 11I buy
at u barKiiln.
No. M A benntltul putiuibnn location In lowu
City , Iirau , will exchuiih'o lor iM.-lern liuiUd.
Vnluo , 5 , 00.
The UIKIVO nro only n few of our fpeclal bur-
Knlns. If you've jrot unjthlnt ; to tnuiuor eel ) ,
ir mint to fell nny rciil cutnto or mcrclmmlltiu ,
wrlloif. . \\'a huvu bvvmttl RIMM ! Mocks ot ( roodB
to nude for lunds. tiV , AN i. WAI.KKH ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I'lnctlcu's In Statt niul Vctlernl
Itooais 7 atKl 8 , S i'iiri.
CUTTING AND. FITTING ,
Formerly of Now Voik ,
No. Si I'earl Stniot , Council muffs , low *
B. BI'OE , M. D.
or nthcr tuuiuro ruuxncd without
tiu < Uiill'o ordimvlnifof liloikl.
CI1ROHIG DISEASES or mi MHJS A 8ic , < .iuity.
OeiMltf , \uir : * ' priu'tloal CYPCIIOIK.U. OUiue
GUM ! GUM ! CUM !
Exclusive Rubber House !
RUBBER BOOTS , SHOES & ABTICS ,
RUBBER AND OIL OLOTHINO- ,
Immense Stock ,
Eastern Prices Duplicated
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO.
Wnroliouso ana Salesroom . , 41 N. Mftln St. , Council Illufl'a , Iowa.
Ofllvo 412 Jlioailuay.
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COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
Sanitary Hydraulic Engineers ,
Public and Private Systems
III ' T't
Water woiks nnd Ventilation designed
Pluuilriug work in all ll.s brauchos.This
company have one of tha best assorted
stocks of pluniuing goods in tlio west
Now York Plumbing company M'J Broad
way Council Itlufl'ij. Telephone No 'i7.
342 and 344 BROADWAY.
flte Fall & Winter Wear
MenR' nnd Hoys' Bu < ilocfis Ruils.
Meim' nnd Hoys' Drone Knllrj.
Qiildreus' Every Huy und Drtss fliilM.
Overcoats lor Mou , itoyd nnd Chlldiuck
ilercliuutTullor Hult * .
Merc'hunt ' Tailor OvercoAt * .
Merchant Tailor Trowfterii.
Kqual to the best , to order ,
At half the piluu.
Kut .M ns' Suits und Overtyints.
I KUI Menn' Bnllfl and Ov > : rcoou.
I'm Mens1 Trowpers.
Pcainlebs Shlrtfl mid TrowbCg * In Beotch wooH ,
Modlciitcil Scarlets. RI IA Heavy lliillirlKintiiN ,
Funey Colored Wools und , iuljjod ijtiulltica , fivm
25o each to H.50. ,
DIUP AND STETSON HATS
FOR THE FAIJ.W JfSA.
Gloves , , , i n-
And Cuffs ,
Of flrtt clafo Qualities and rwitonnl'lo prkcs. ;
CIS fcud 3 < i llroauiray , Council llluffb , Iowa.
Fancy anil Staple Groceries.
No. 162 - Broadway.
Opposite Ogdea House ,
Hluffej - - .
Tins house being a now one , oonso.-
inanity uvcr tbiuc in slouk is now and
Prices as reasonable t\s any other jyro
eery in the west.
One trial IB all \ve auk.
KINTZ & KXJBEB ,
I1W. OFFICER. > * . \T. H. rilBBT.
QFFICSH , & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
I flMll i.lSftl
A. BENEDICT ,
All sljk'S of Ladders constantlv In fUxdi m.Tlo
fioin eprueo plno plunk. Tlio v ry best
Ho. 19 Pearl St. , - Council Bluffs
Over Buslmcll's ISoolt Storo.
Jn Council llluirs having
Fire Esoa/p ! ©
Ami all moiicrn ImpniM-mciits , call iKllj ; , flro
nlnrin belts , etc. , Isilio
CHEST ON HO USE !
Nos. aii , 817 and 219 , Mnln Stjoot ,
M X MOHN , I'roprJotor.
ORION TICKET OFFICE
J. L. De BEV01SE , Agent.
Ji'o. 607 nrondwnv , Council lllnffs.
Railway Time Table.
Tlie followinx lt > thi ; tliuo of nulvnl nnd
iKpaituru of UiUiis ) > y ountitil Manduid IJinu , HI
the loeul d < iiiol8. Trains luavo trariKterdbimt ten
uilnutua eitrjlor uud iwr\\ \ ten mlmitas lultr :
C1I1CAOO ft hOKfllWL'rEH > f.
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10:1i : ( A. . .JInll and Impress. 7:2.1 : P.M.
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HAIR G O OftS
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT'S '
No. W Jlrondnray , Council JllnIM.
Hair Goods of all Kinds
Made to Order ,
Hair Goods of all tyles
No. 33 't Ji roadway.
"IT O XT
Never , Never , Never
Was able to buy so many good goods for so lit
tle money as now , at the low oash sales at
LOOK AT OtTR
Silks , Tricots ,
Homespuns and Boucle Dress
Such Bargains in Blankets
Our stock of
Are particularly choice , and our prices for them
are the lowest they have beeu in twenty years ,
441 BROADWAY , COUHCIl BLUFFS ,
No TRAVELING- AGENTS !
EMPLOYED 1JY J. M PHU ITS , WHOLESALE DEALER IN
JSSo. 413 Broadway , Council Blulis.
Our customers get the bonelit of fho expends thus saved Send for price lists.
IP * !
HOUSE ITOER AND RAISER
HricJc buildings of any kind ruined or inoTinl nnrt sntisfactlou gmiriuiti'ed. Itiuno houses ntora
on Utlle Glnut trucks tlio best In lUo world.
lOlOtrtb ST , CCWNf ff < DLUI'KS ' , IOAW.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE
Have removed to their New Store ,
Hos. 32 ft 84 Iain and 33 36 Pearl Sts. ,
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF THE POSTOFFICE ,
Where they liuvo jut ) in a new stoek of
Ladies' ' and Gents Furnishing Goods , Etc , , Etc ,
Among which arc the folU-r/ing lines ;
Hats and Caps , G-loves and Mittens , G-ents
Neckwear , G-ents' Underwear.
HOOTS AND Snor.3 , TIIUNKS A > P V 'isufi , MO-VAHCII FINK Si
Ladies' Children's and Misses' U
Hosiery and Gloves , Cloaks and Shawls , Ladies' Valises , Blankota und
Flannels , Rockford Carpet Warp in all Colors.
JOHN BENO & CO. ,
No. 83 mil St Mnln Streol , Council UlnO
No. ! 13 and : ir Pourl Strcut
. 29 Main street , Coimoil Bluffs , \ :
200 Heating Stoves from $3 to $10 Each ,
, , , , .
Clirnp Couk ito [ C4 uJ tionnrnl llo r > ittMtt-'l ! lix , < IT > 'll'ii.jNow ' nmt BttctiJl KB nil
M. DBOHLIOH ,
XKQMWAY , COUNCIL
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