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THE SUNDAY BEE JULY 3 , 1887.--TWELVE PAGE *
THE SUNDAY BEE.
mCE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Ctllrercd by carrier In onypartof tbe city at
twenty ccbU per w t
H. W. TILTOH , . . . Manager.
TELEPHONE * !
BtciRFfs Omcc , No. 13.
KIOBT EDITOU No. as.
N. Y.Plumblng Co.
Better , tailor. Summer poods clicao.
Ten extra police have been put on to
serve during the race week.
Tbo funeral of Mr. Wesley's Infunt son
ill bo held at 10 o'clock tins morning.
Ed O'Brien was yesterday sent to the
revolving jail for a ten clays' stay on
bread nnd water , ho being a vngrnnt ,
A small child of S. 8. Chapman ycstcr-
I * day loll Into a tub of water nnd nearly
I * drowned. At last accounts U was all
C. Voss , the lower Broadway jeweler ,
yesterday moved into the building , No.
415 Broadway , formerly occupied by
The coldest deal next week will bo the
marshal's stile of the ice stored in the
rear of the Ogdcn house and seized by
eomo of Ninnn'a creditors.
The Fourth iflto , l > o celebrated .it Heel's
postollicc. in Hnzcl Dell township , by fin
old fashioned bnrbccuo. Col. D. B.
Dully and George A. Holmes are to
A very valuable marc , belonging to R.
L. Prentice , ot Crescent , several days
ago rolled into a b.irb wire fence , injur
ing her to such an extent that she may
Permit to wed has been given Sftmucl
T. Fates , of Crescent , and Ella L. Bald
win , of this city. Also to H. C. Wavland ,
of South Omaha , ami Kena Anderson , of
L. Hoist lias a grey pacer , which prom
ises to make it Intcrestine for these in
the 2:35 : class. Although but in training
for sixty davs , ho yc.stcrday made the
half milo in 1:12 : , and the milo in 2:12 : } .
It looks as if he would get some of the
Mr. Henry Kingston and Miss Rossnor
were married Wednesday evening at the
homo of the brldo on the Glcndalo road ,
Rev. Mr. Mackey officiating , in the pres
ence of nfow invitud guests. The young
couple have now taken possession of
their new house.
Hitzcl Camp No. 171 , Modern Wood
men of America , has installed the fol
lowing officers : M. B. Brown , consul ;
T. lj. Smith , adviser ; E. E. Adams ,
banker ; S. B. Snydcr , clerk ; J. H.Clotivcr ,
physician : H. C. ll.mies , escort ; L. E.
Bndonstcin , watchman ; R. C. Uubbard ,
The steamer recently bought by L. P.
Judson , and which is being brought from
the Mississippi , was last heard from at
Kansas Citv. It lias two barges and is
wending its way to this city as fast as
possible , considering the towing of the
barges and the difficulties attcnmng the
first trip on so changeable a river. It is
expected that when the steamer arrives
here it will bo used for excursions and
for carrying excursionists between
Omaha and Lake Mauawa , as well as for
Pacific house is the nearest hotel to the
majority of real estate offices in the city ;
2 per day.
For female diseases nnd chronio dis
eases of all kinds , call on Dr. Rice , No.
11 Pearl street , Council BluH'u , Iowa.
C. E. Friedman , who has been so ill in
Dnnbury , Conn. , is recovering.
F. W. Miller nnd family , of Pacific
Junction , were at the Pacilic yesterday.
D. C. Bridges and his wife returned
yesterday morning from their bridal tour.
Mrs. Frank P. Yenawino is so far re
covered from her recent illness as to bo
able to sit up some.
Judpo Aylosworth is still confined to
his homo by illness , and his condition
yesterday was doomed rather serious ,
Ed York , James Hoduett , George
Trunk , Charles Dyer , Daniel Flynn , R.
Fitzgerald nnd James P. Wohtons , horse
men from Stillwater , Minn. , are at the
W. E. Mullen , of Strong , 111. , is in the
.city visiting his uncle , Chief Mullen , of
the police force. Ho has been in the
drug business , nnd is so favorably im
pressed with this city that it is not un
likely that he will settle hero , it a position
can oe secured satisfactorily.
l | ' * In this Issue will bo found the adyer-
1 tisomont of A. Rink , the grocer , cornet
of Main street and Willow avenue. Mr ,
Rink always keeps the best m the market
in his line and nas a full assortment ol
foreign ana domestic canned goods all ol
which are Bold at the lowest possible
figures. Give him a trial.
Pools sold every day on nil the races at
Sherlock's. 404 Broadway.
The Date Withdrawn.
11 * The announcement that the Congrega
tional church would buvo an opening ox-
curslon to Lake Alanawa , over the nem
motor line , and that the hotel would be
opened on the same day , July 11 , will
now have to bo changed. The controversy
vorsy between the motor line and the
I A railways necessitates a postponement ol
this great event. The new date for the
opening and the excursion will bo an
nounced in duo time , so that the public
, may bo informed. At present it is nn-
| | possible to fix the date definitely. II
will not , however , bo put very far inU
I * , the future.
For rupture or herniu , call and get Or
Rico's new invention. It makes n mm
ot you in five minutes. No. pain. No
11 Pearl street.
When you are m the city stop at tin
Pacific houso. Street cars pass the dee
every fifteen minutes for all the depots
Meals 00 cents each.
Pools sold every day on all the rnco.s a
Sherlock's , 404 Broadway.
A Rare Specimen.
Dow City , la. , people are grcntl ,
elated over a rare find in the shupo o
mineral water which has just boon an
alyzed by Prof. Delafontalne , of Chicago
and found to contain 186 grains of mlr
oral to the gallon. The professor say
"tho rarest specimen I have seen in to
years. " Uow City is preparing for ;
boom. The professor further says tha
Us composition is superior to quite
number on sale in Chicago that are uav
ing a largo sale.
> . One thoriand head of ono , two an
' threo-yeivr-old steers for sale. Will glv
credit to reliable parlies. Enquire of J
J. Urconamayor , Orcston House.
At the Pacific house you will save froi
60c to f 1 per day. Try it and bo coi
A. Brief BUze.
Yesterday afternoon a gasoline stov
in the house of J. F. Towns , ouNort
Main street , blazed up , causing a he
scorch. A still alarm was given , and tli
department turned out , quickly suppresi
ing the flames. The damage was , nc
great. The house U owned by Dr.
Fools sold every day on all the races i
lijrleck' 404 Broadway.-
NO MORE A BRIDGE OF SIGUS
Great Rejoicing in the Bluffs Over tbe
THE WORK TO START NOW.
Preparing For the Fourth Races
Open To-Morrow The Gas Charter
Not to no Extended A Small
Fire-Services anil Sermons ,
The fir Id RO Decision Made Certain
and Causes General llcjolclnjj.
WASHINGTON ! D. C. , , luly2. Ofolilon Is
In our favor. Certllicnto signed. Will bo
liouio with papers Monday.
KllA.NK 1) . MOOIIK.
Such was the news that rapidly sped
along the streets yesterday afternoon.
While thcro has been great confidence
that the bridge enterprise would bo de
cided favorably , still so long as the
actual signature of the secretary of war
was lacking , thcro could not but bo some
doubting , even when cool judgment de
clared it was all right. The DEE an
nounced some tiino ago that the decision
had been practically made , ana that all
that was lacking was the signature of the
secretary , but the evening papers de
clared that the BIE : had no authority for
making such a statement , and that the
decision had not boon rendered. The
BEE'S information was given on author
ity at that time , and It now
is shown to be correct. The
secretary has signed the ccrtilicato in ac
cordance with the decision , which was
some time ago informally given by him.
The clinching of the proof , and the double
assurance that the briugc is secured , is
no less happily received on account of
the strong belief that such would bo the
result. It is now in black and white , and
the company has its path clear before it.
The citizens did not feel like rejoicing
too openly until the papers were all
signed , but when the announcement of
that fact came yesterday the business
portion of the city took a regular jubilee
day aspect. Everybody was smiling , and
some smiled in an anti-prohibition sense.
One follow was timid , and it took him
just nineteen minutes to get drunk
enough to demand the whole width
of the sidewalk. Most of the
citizens contented themselves with
more moderate expressions of their
joy. The bulletins went out rapidly
In front of business houses. Thcro
seemed to bo a rivalry to see who could
toll the news first , and who could tell it
the most times. No one announcement
has caused such general rejoicing to
Council Blufl's in years.
When will work begin ? Mr. Evans
" . " It is
gives the answer , "immediately.
understood that by the fifteenth of this
month there will bo a largo enough gang
of men at work to give assurance to any
doubters , il such there are , that the
building of the bridge will not only bo
commenced soon , but will bo pushed
right along to as spcedv a completion as
is possible for an enterprise of this mag
The effect on real estate becomes ap
parent even now. The prices wiU
steadily advance as the building of the
bridge progresses. Mr. Evans and his
associates , who have had such a struggle ,
are being congratulated heartily over
the assured outcome , and their pluck
and persistence is praised on all sides.
They have not been idle while waiting
for the formal signing of papers. The
assurances that the decision was all right
were relied upon by the bridge company
so implicitly that while the 1st of July
was watched for with natural eagerness ,
yet it was not waited for in indolence.
The engineer of the company , Mr. Moore ,
has been in the cast for some weeks , and
has been at the works of the Edgowood
company , which has the contract for
building the bridge. Mr. Moore has been
providing the detailed plans and arrang
ing tint preliminaries for getting out the
material , so that uo delay has been
caused in waiting for the decision
to bo formally announced. The pre
liminary wort is well under way , and
the company will show the same enthu
siastic speed in rushing matters along
which has characterized the movements
since the incipienoy of the enterprise.
What delays have been caused thus fai
have boon duo to others , and not to thorn ,
and they have certainly done nobly in
overcoming so quickly such obstacles ui
were pluced in their way. It is no small
undertaking , and it requires time , but
under all the circumstances it has moved
along quite rapidly. From now out , the
way seems apparently clear , and no
further causes for delay are apparent.
Tbe Ga Charter.
The citizens foul greatly relieved at thi
action of the council in refusing to ex
tend the charter of the gas company. I
gives a fresh proof that the council in
tends to carry out the wish of the people
when that wish is so plainly expressed a
it has been on the question of allowinj
the gas monopoly to continuo for a quar
tcr of a century longer. The prcscn
charter of the company will not cxpin
for two years or more. Before that timi
there may be some great changes in tin
cost and manner of lighting. Some rail I
and everywhere but m Council Bluff
prices have been greatly reduced , to con
form with the decrease in the cost o
manufacturing. The gas company ha
paid little attention to these changes , bu
has shown a greedy eagerness to got a
high a price as possible. If thocompan ;
is disposed to treat the city fairly it has :
chance to voluntarily reduce the price
to conform with the rates in other citiea
Will it do so ?
The ordinance granting them the right
gives it as an exclusive privilege fo
twenty years from February , 1809 ,
that the charter expires one year fron
next February. It is a suspicious circum
stance that in the marginal notes in th
old ordinance book it is put in us twentj
live years , but in the oody of the ordt
nance it is only twenty.
The ordinance provides "that if an ;
discovery or improvement bo made i
the preparation of gas from coal nether
other materials , cither Uuid or solid , b
which the cost of making the sarno shal
be materially diminished , and the sum
shall bo adopted in other principal citic
of the country , then , in such case , th
company shall mtroduco such discoverer
or improvements in the said city c
Council Blufls , and make such deductlo
in the price of gas as shall be effected b
such discovery or improvement. Th
ordinance further provides "
the company shall violate o
fail to comply with any provl
ion of the foregoing sections , the
and in such case , they snail forfeit all tl :
privileges herein granted , and the con
man council reserve the right in sue
case to repeal the sumo. "
This loads to the query whether thoi
have not been some improvements mat !
in the manufacture of gas during U
past twenty years ? Has the gas con
puny reduced these improvements ben
If not , has not the company forfeitc
its rights ?
There is a general demand for belli
gas at cheaper prices. The present su |
ply is not satisfactory as to cither qualii
or price. The city is ripe for a change ,
The I'ulplt auil the Law.
In the crofa examination of witness
in the Cross trial , Smith McPherson , 01
of the attorneys for the defense , is qui
rough and sarcastic , his policy evident
being to nettle aad anger witnesses BO
to get them confuted. Ho found n
preacher , however , who was equal to
him. The round between the pulpit and
the law was interesting. Hov. Mr.Mnckpy ,
of St. Paul's church , was the witness. Ho
testified to Dr. MoKuno's ' good charac
ter , and Mcl'horSon turned upon him ,
"McKuno was a member of your
church , was ho not11
"No , sir. Ho was a member , however ,
of my vestry. "
"Oh ! You go among the outsiders
sometimes to got vestrymen , do you ?
"Yes , sir. Wo have even taken a law
yer when wo could find a real decent
The laugh that went the rounds , showed
how the listeners appreciated the man
ner in which Mol'herson's sneering ques
tion had been met.
The Great Celebration.
The Fourth of July will bo observed In
Council Bluffs with a celebration that
will continue four days. The programme
for the Fourth is as follows :
Sunrise National salute.
At 8 n. m. guard mount in Bnyllss park
by Dodge Light guards , company A , of
Council Bluffs ; company C , from Glen-
wood ; company D , from Boonc ; company
12 , from Shcnandoah ; company II , Third
regiment , from Sioux City.
The Fifth regiment state guards and
the Knights of Labor will participate in
a grand parade. They have invited the
Grand Army of the Republic , Knights of
Pythias , Odd Fellows , St. Patrick's
Benevolent society , Ancient Order of Hi
bernians , Royal Arcanum , A. O. U. W. ,
the trades unions , Good Templars , tire
department , mayor and city council and
Colonel Daily will bo grand marshal
and Colonel Sapp president.
At 10:150 : a. m. . in Bayliss park , Miss
Nellie Hatcher will read the declaration
Following this will bo the chief oration
of the day by Hon. Jesse Harper ,
of Danville , 111. The exorcises will close
in time for dinner.
In the afternoon the best races over
witnessed in the western country will
opnn at the Driving Park association
grounds also a competitive drill be
tween companies of the Fifth regiment ,
for special purse. The Ramblers , the
largest bicycle club in the state , will run
a race of one mile.
The races on the Fourth are the 2:13 :
and 2MG : trotting and the 3:25 : pacing.
LINK OK MAKCir.
The procession will form on First av-
cnuo. right resting on Pearl : south on
Pearl to Main , north to Broadway , east
to Madison street , north to Washington
avenue , west to Main , south to Broad
way , west to Pearl and south to Bayliss
park. The procession will move
promptly at 10:30 : o'clock.
J. J. Stcadman called the assemblage
to order , and then George F. Wright ad
dressed them. He referred to how the
bridge project was started , and said that
the people of this city owed more to T. J.
Evans than any other man for the suc
cess of the enterprise ; ho had tried to aid
and assist him all ho could , and that the
location thatlho company and the people
wished for the bridge had finally been
secured , notwithstanding the opposition
they had had from Omaha and other
sources ; that the formation of a company
like this required no small amount of
time and labor ; that they expect to go on
in the same way and push the bridge to
completion ; it cannot bo done in a mo
ment and many things are to bo con
tended with ; they have mot and con
quered many obstacles , and will probably
meet more ; it would gratify the company
if thn bridge could be completed this sea
son , but the completion may bo looked
for next season. He then referred to the
length of time that the Union Pacific
have been at work on their bridge ,
and stated that the now bridge
was ' also a largo enterprise and
would require time. Ho concluded
his remarks thanking the citizens for
their demonstration showing their confi
dence in the enterprise.
T. J. Evans , the general manager ot
the bridge company , was then called for
and three cheers were given. Mr. Evans
said it was a proud night for Council
Hinds. He was glad to bo in the city
that ho might rejoice with the people. A
little over u year ago ho began with the
enterprise , and as soon as the river falls
a little he assured the people that work on
the now structure would begin ; that the
contract lot some time ago still stands
good , and inside of two weeks over a
hundred men will bo at work.
An Historic Buggy.
George Metcalf now has a sort of dea
con's chaise. The vehicle is quite comely
in appearance , however , and very com
fortable for riding , but it has a great
deal of history connected with it. It re
sembles somewhat a buckboard and
somewhat a democrat wagon , and yet is
neither. The vehicle is of uncertain ago.
The senior Mr. Metcalf , father of George ,
traded for it in Illinois in 184 ! ) , so that
the vehicle is nearly if not quite half a
century old. After going to Ohio the ve
hicle has been stored for years. Gcorgo
Metcalf recently thought it would bo a
good idea to have the old vehicle fitted
up for use and lie furnished his father
witli new wheels for it. His father , who
is now over ninety years of ago and who
is visiting his sons here , has refitted the
vehicle and it is now in active service.
It is a curiosity , and the many associa
tions connected with it cause it to bo
highly prized. ,
The pastor of the Baptist church will
preach in the morning.
Preaching in the Tabernacle on Fourth
street at 4 o'clock this afternoon and 8
o'clock this evening by Rev. J. M. White-
head. No services Monday evening on
account of the Fourth.
Services will bo hold at the North Main
street Baptist church at 10:30 : a. m. Sun
day school at 2:30. : Preaching in the
Sermon topics of St. Paul's church
to-day Morning : "True Rest. " Even
ing : "Society Men and Their Responsi
bilities. " You are invited to attend. T.
J. Maokay , rector.
Services in the Congregational church
this morning : The sacrament of the
Lord's supper will bo administered and
new members admitted. Subject of
pastor's address , "Christ , Our Refuge. "
Meeting in the tent in the evening. All
are cordially invited.
Sunday services at the tabernacle on
the corner of Oakland and Washington
avenues. Subject for 11 a. m. : "Tho
Four Beasts of Daniel. " At. 4 p. m. :
"Tho Second Advent of Christ. " At 8 p.
m. : "Tho Slgm of the Times. "
Topic this morning at the Methodist
church : "The Evils of Horse Racing. "
No Services in the evening ,
Masonic Star chapter No. 47 R. A. M ,
will hold its regular convocation Mondaj
evening , July T. Visiting 11. A. M. cor
dially invited. By order of M. E. H. P ,
The Celebration of the Bridge News ,
The citizens were so highly elated ovei
the good news received yesterday after
noon in regard to the bridge that thoj
could not wait until to-morrow to celebrate
brate , and last evening they turned ou
en musso to celebrate the oridgc news
There was a huge bonfire at the junc
tion on Broadway , and the fue
was piled on until It reachec
the second story of the building. Exprcs
wagons were out in all directions ii
search of barrels , boxes , crates , and ii
fact anything that would make a blaze
and a g.-aud blaze they had.
is A tine display of firework * was mad
BECHTitE'S ' NEW HOTEL ,
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Best $ % QO a day house in the west , .
LOCATION , THE6 8T , FIRST CLASS TABLE , SAMPLE BOOHS and
ALL MbDERN CONVENIENCES !
Regulac : : Boarders : : Reduced : : Rates.
BEST MAKES AND HIGHEST GRADES OP
Pianos and Organs
Persons wishing to purchase instruments will find it to their interest to
call on us.
Instruments Tuned nml Repaired. We never fail to give xaiUfacllon.
Over 2O years' Experience In Piano and Organ Work.
Swanson Music Co.
No. 327 Broadway , Council
from the stand erected for the purpose of
displaying the fireworks on the night of
Death of MUa Casndy.
It is with sadness that the announce
ment is made of the death of Miss Grace
Cameron Casadv daughter of S. H. and
M. E. Casady , which occurred last even
ing. Miss Casady was born August 10 ,
1807 , at Helena , Montana , and had lived
hero since she was two years of ago. Her
father. Hon. S. H. Casady , was a brother
of J. P. and J. N. Csmdy , of this city ,
and Hon. P. M. Casady.of DCS Monies.
He died in 1874 , and besides the surviving
mother , Miss Casady 'reaves two sisters ,
one being the wife of Mn , f. C. Mitchell ,
of this city , the other MissVVnnio Casady.
The family is one of the oldest and best
known in the state , anll'this death casts
sadness over a large' ( circle of friends.
The blow was sudden. Miss Casady was
only taKen ill on Friday 'of ' last week ,
with intlammation of the bowels. The
most skillful physicians in jtho city were
in attendance , and in consultation , the
tendercst care was give n , but despite all
his , complications SOB injwhich caused
oath to suddenly coma when friends were
agerly watching f9r a tfnango for the
letter. A change did borne , and it is
oubtlcss for the better , though human
laith can hardly sco the silver lining.
Miss Casady was abriiilit , , , cheerful ,
Hire-minded girl \vho _ had many worn-
.illy qualities of heart * and mind. She
vns guided by the purest motives and
uoyed up by a strong Christian faith.
One of the saddest features of the event
s the fact that she was looking forward
; o a most happy union she being the af-
ianccdof Mr. G. W. Hewitt , an attorney
well known in this part of the state.
Their wedding was arranged to take
lace this fall , and the peculiar sadness
f the sudden dashing aside of this an-
icipatcd cup of gladness calls forth the
; enderest sympathy.
The funeral is to take place at 9 o'clock
Tuesday from the home of her mother ,
now Mrs. J. C. Fitts. No. 541 Mynster
street. Rev. T. J. Mackoy , of St. Paul's
church , will olllciato , and friends of the
family are requested to be present with
out further invitation.
The following is the score of the shooi
ng of the members of the Munawa Gun
N. M. Phillies.1 101011110111 1-11
J. M. Shea 1 111101111111 1 13
J. J. Shea 1111111011110 1-12
J. 11. Carter..O 1001011001111 8
J. 11. Humor. . . 1110101001011 8
During the demonstration last night
several awnings caught fire , but wore
speedily extinguished with little damage.
BEST LIGHT LIYERY
The finest of driving horses always on
hand and for sale by
LAMPS , GLASSWARE ,
Prices F ii/ Low ,
W. S. HOMER & Co. ,
NO. 23 MAIJf ST. ,
COUNCIL It LUFFS , IAi
Star Sale Stabfes and Mule Yards
Broadway , Council BluffetQpp. Dummy Depot
hand , for suto at retail or in car loa
Orders promptly tilled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
SHLUTER & UOLEV , Proprietors.
Telephone No. 11
Formerly of Keil Sale. Stables , corner
1st. avo. and 4th st
. flucf JuslwEauIicy need-A FULtLlNt
Of INSTALMINTGOOD8 * ol3 only lo
tie INSTALMENT TFIAOE , by addreming
ln TAUUMil > cAiuu ' Bum.V CoKite.f
Has a complete line of
Ml 1 IM1 <
Lnrgo bats In vrhlto , blnck nnd all colors. Pat
tern bonnets , hiiu and toques , a specialty.
No 1514 Doufflus St. , Omiitm.
OFFICER a > russr ,
Special advertisements , euch aa Loit , Found
To Loan , For Sale , To Rent , ft ants , Boarding- ,
etc. , if 111 bo In sorted In thli column at tbe low
ratoof TEN CENTS PEK LINE for the first loser-
ton and Vivo Conti Per Line fofoach subsequent
insertion. Leave advertisements nt our office
No U I'carl aticet , near Uroailiray , Council
ANTED-Fifty railroad teams and fifty
men teamster , wheeler holders , Blush
holders , irrubbcis nnd ax men for railroad
work on brunch of F. , E. & Mo. Valley , run-
nlntr from lllir Cut.O miles northwest of Unraba ,
to 0. St , P. , M. Ii O. It. K. Wages for teams
JJ.50 per day , teamsters 125 per month , day
men from (1.50 to $3 per day. Apply at work.
Qouldcn & Maltby.
. A ( food workman at Hoislor's
bnrbor shop , No. 400 Uroadwny.
ANTED Housekeeper ; also man to take
euro of horses , man and wlfo preferred.
J. W. * E. L. Squire.
fJIOK KENT iifht-room : house , in ( rood re-
.C pair ; No. 610 Bluff St. : | IW pep month. Mrs.
M. J. Cole , No. Gl'J 4th St.
KKNT Coal sheds , office and scales , ono
FOR - houso. U. May no , KJ 6th ave.
WANTKD A ( rood conk and irlrl for Renoinl
housework in a family of four. Mra.
Thomas OlUcer , No. K)3 Willow avenue.
SALE Or Trade Biz sections of rood
FOK In Lincoln county , Neb. , on U. P.
railway. Call on or address Odoll Ilros. & Co. ,
10J Pearl st. , Council DlufTs.
WANTED A good irlr ! for general house
work. Apply at 70'J ' Sixth avenue.
Coaches and Hacks in City.
WILLIAM WELCH ,
No. 41S Broadway The Manhattan ,
Na. 615 Main Street , Telephone No , 93.
OHN r. UTONB. JACOB dill
STONE & SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
ctice in the State and Feiiera Courtt
Rooms 7 and S Shugrt-15eno Block.
In Amber ,
etc. , Hair On
namcnts , aa
well as the
> Hair goods
' niadcto order
riEr gpif&ri i
Mra. C. L. Gillette
29 Mnlii St. , Council Bluffa , Iowa. Out
of town work solicited , and all mall
orders promptly attended to.
JV. SCHUltZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Oiliccovor American K
E. S. BA11NKTT ,
Justice of the Peace ,
415 Broadway , Council BluftV
Refers to ny bank or business house in the
cily. Collections a specialty.
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X X X X
ARE ALL RIGHT !
For Everybody to Come to
mer Sa e !
COMMENCING MONDAY , JULY 4tli.
No postponement on account of the weather ;
We shall close out without regard to cost tit
In Summer Dress Goods ,
Wash Goods , Hosiery , Etc.
And Secure the Best Selections ,
We are Headquarters for
Carpets of all Kinds.
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
N. B. Special attention given all orders by
SPECIAL PRICES for 30 DAYS
On Furniture , Household Goods , Stoves , etc. , to make rcom
for Fall Stock.
A. J. MANDEL , - - No , 325 Broadway
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
No. 201 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Fancy and Fancy Groceries
Both Domestic and Foreign ,
O. J" .
Real Estate Broker and Dealers
Council Blufft Office ,
Temple. Onmlm OlHce , No . 111
North I Olli street.
Particular attention given to In-
vetting Hindu for non resident
dent * * Special barifttlni In , lot * < k
acre property . In Omalin \ Coun
cil ited. lllutli. Correspondence solic
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