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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE i r THURSDAY , AUGUST 11. 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
OKFICE , flO. 113 , PEARL STREET. '
Delivered by carrier in any part of the city at
twenty cents per woofc
H. W.TILTON. Manager.
BTPIKKFA Ornce. No. 43.
HIUIIT Kiiiioit No. S3.
N. Y.riumbltiR Co.
Hotter , tailor. Summer goods clicno.
Fine coupes for Indies calling. Win.
Lewis , telephone 128. Onico 410 Broad
W. A. Hiirnott , of this city , and Maud
8. Perkins , of Grand Island , were quietly
married by Justice iiarnctt at his oflluo ,
and started on tliu evening train for Den
ver.Haverly's minstrels will cattse the
oncra house to be well tilled to-night ,
despite the hot weather. The very mime
of llavcrly Is always enough hero to
draw the crowd.
Airs. Kittle Sherlock has commenced n
suit against her mother , Mrs. Jngoldsby ,
for tier share of the family estate , claim
ing there has never been a proper divi
sion among the heirs.
Yesterday afternoon Sheriff Reel was
attending the wedding of his daughter ,
Dora K. Keel , tlm happy man uclng
Ernest Wager , of SVuMiington , Neb. The
ceremony took place in Iluzcl Doll town
Two young men from Omaha were
spending the night , or what thcro was
left of it , sleeping in the park. The po
lice trnncferrcd them to the city jail and
they explained to the judge that they had
spent all their money on faro and not
having anything with which to hire a
bed , look to the grass. They were al
lowed to start back to Omaha.
Died , August 10 , 1837 , at the residence
of her sister , Mrs. 1) . C. Pottibono , 111 ! )
Avenue G. , Mrs. Delia F. Cliappoll , aged
Bovonty-eight years , seven months and
ton days. Funeral this afternoon at 3
o'clock. Friends of the family invited
without further notice. Mrs. Pottibono
accompanies the remains to Fort Atkin
son , Wis. , on the Chicago & North west
The case of Justice Sohurz against the
county was partially argued in the su
perior court yesterday morning. Colonel
Daily , on behalf of the county , opened
and at time of adjournment had only
llnishcd analysing four of the cases in
which the justice claimed fees which the
board refused to allow. Uo claimed that
the evidence showed that the justice
charged for bonds when no bonds wore
filed , and for continuances when no con
tinuances were in fact had. The argu
ments will bo resumed this morning.
Gottfried Green , living about eight
miles from the city , was Brought before
justice Schurz on the charge of having
assaulted an old woman. Anna Hoitman ,
She claimed that she had boon working
in the family when some trouble arose
over the children and Green got mad and
knocked her down. Slio had a cut on
, her head and several bruises to show that
eho had certainly been roughly treated.
Mr. Green and the others of the family
said that'tho old woman was in a rage ,
and was abusing the children , so Green
ordered her to leave the house. She
rushed into a bedroom , slamming the
door after her , locking herself in. Green
thought she must bo crazy , and so forced
the door in. The old woman was behind
the door , and it opened with such force
that she was knocked over and thus hurt.
The woman lived in Green's family for
three years , and after leaving thorn was
in the poor house of Mills county. Lately
she reappeared at Green's ami begged to
bu allowed to stay there.
Pacific house is the nearest hotel to the
majority of real estate oflices in the city ;
$2 per day.
When you are in the city stop at the
Pacific house. Street cars pass the door
every iiftcon minutes for all the depots.
Meals CO cents each.
Personal Paragraph * .
S. D. Pratt , of Chrson , was in the city
Miss Nellie Grosvenor Is quite ill with
Peter Bechtelo is attending a meeting ;
of hotel men in Sioux City.
T. J. Hartwoll , an Oakland merchant ,
visited Council Bluffs yesterday.
J. ! . Record , of Glcnwood , onu of the
best known merchants of that city , was
in the Blufls yesterday.
Mrs. L. B. Gorham is quito ill with in
termittent fever , which has kept her con
fined to her bed for a week or more past.
The fatal illness of her sister-in-law , Mrs.
L. A. Gorham , has also had its effect m
J. Tucrk , one of the employes of the
People's store , has been called to Minden -
den by the death of his twin babes. Mrs.
Tucrk is a daughter of Squire Crow , of
that place , and it was while visiting at
her old homo that both babes sickened
Mrs. Hall , of Janosvillo , Wis. , mother
of Mrs. J. A. Gorham , arrived yesterday
morning in company with Mrs. George
W. Congdon , of Chicago , a sister of Mrs.
Gorham. It was not expected that Mrs ,
Gorham would live through the day , her
condition bo.'jig ' .very critical indeed , and
her physician having given up all hope.
Bold HU Mother's Horsci.
Last Friday a farmer boy , Peter Lock-
hart , was arrested by tbo officers for
being drunk. The next morning ho was
fined. Ho had no money with which to
pay the line , but said ho had n team at
Kiel's hotel stables and could raise the
money. Ho secured the necessary cash
somewhere end nothing more was
thought of it until yesterday , when
parties from Silver City catno hero look
ing him up. They said the team be
longed to Lockhart's mother , and he had
disappeared , having cither mortgaged or
sold the horses. They were hunting up
the facts , but gleaneu little information
beyond the fact of his arrest and Hue.
At the Pacific house you will save from
60e to $1 per day. JTry it and bo con
To Excursion Parties.
The excursion steamer and barge John
M. Abbott Is prepared to fulfill engage
ments for excursions on the Missouri
river either day or moonlight parlies.
Capacity 400 passengers. For terras and
other particulars inquire of L. P. Judsou ,
02U Sixth uvonuo.
Thrown From IIU Wagon.
Fred Hendrix , a gardner , living a few
miles out in the country , was in the city
yesterday with hln vegetable wagon , and
when near the transfer his horse became
frightened by the cars. Hendrix was
thrown out of the wagon , striking on his
head. Ho was picked up unconscious
nnd bleeding and carried into the
Planter's hotel. Dr. Pinnoy was called
and found the injuries not so serious as
at first appeared. Ho had an ugly out on
the head but no fracture. Later in the
day ho was taken in a carriage to his
"Wanted Two energetic lady canvass
ers. Apply at once at Chapman's art
For Sale Cheap lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at once. Address -
dross or call on J. K. Rice , No. 110 Main
Itreet , Couacll Bluffs.i
J. W. and . L.'Squire lend money.
TOO LAVISH WITH SAND ,
Contractors Said To Be Using It in Place
of dement in Ourbingi.
THE BROADWAY BRIDGE.
A Dirt Tramway For Filling the Bottom
tom * A Watch ThlolVatoheilA
Wayward Farmer Boy In
spcctlng Lmtco Steamers.
A great deal of the curbing being put
in streets of this city is of cement , or ar
tificial stone , The opportunity afforded
so easily of giving tin inferior utility
than what the contract culls for has
naturally caused many to suspect that
contractors * were not always using as
much cement as they should in proportion
tion to the amount of sand , Yesterday
this charge was openly and squarely
made against the contractors who are
putting down thn curbing on Scott street.
The workmen were putting in curbing
along by the Nonpareil building. Charles
Lollurt , of the Nonpareil company , had
been advised to bo on the look
out , and had been watching pro
ceedings. He claimed that ho kept track
at different places , where Llnnhan ,
& Co. , the contractors , were nutting in
these curbings , and found that instead
of complying with the contract and
using one-third cement to two-thirds
snml , the workmen were using about
onc-lifth cement to four-fifths sand. Ho
claimed that ho kept tally and found that
only three buckets of cement were put In
to Iiftcon buckets of sand , and some of
the lime to thirteen buckets ot sand. As
the men were putting in this curbing by
the Nonpareil office , he went out and
ordered the work stopped. The foreman
declared he wns doing just as his in
structions had been given him , but said
ho did not know what the contract called
for. Ho insisted on going ahead with
the work , but the mayor was sent for
and the charge made known to him.
He advised the foreman to comply
strictly with the contract , and use
the full amount of cement culled for , and
that if proof was produced that this had
not been done , the bill should not be
paid. The foreman insisted that the
curbing being put in thcro was lust such
as they had put in all along the line , and
that it was a good quality of artificial
stone. The mayor told him it made no
difference what his opinions were , all ho
had to do was to comply with the con
tract whatever that might be. The work
was suspended and the charge is to bo
Inquired into fully. Should it appear
that the contractors have been using less
cement and more sand than they ought ,
they will doubtless have no little dilli-
culty in effecting a settlement with the
city and with the property owner * ,
against whom .the assessments are mado.
Tbo Broadway Bridge.
Inquiries of those interested directly In
the Broadway Brldgo company result in
little information to satisfy the great
crowd of those who are interested in
directly. Some of the material for the
substructure has reached hero , and the
contractors have arrived. Lines arc being
run to determine the Omaha approach
to the bridge , but the actual work will
not commence until the details of the
western approach are fully settled. This
will probably bo in the course of n week
or ten days. The few , who , in this com
munity , have been expressing doubts
about the bridge ever being built , have
now become silent.
Dirt For the Bottoma.
C. R. Mitchell , the contractor , Is mak
ing all preliminary arrangements neces
sary for starting up his tramway for
hauling dirt from the bluffs to the bet
toms. The council has practically con
sented to giving him the needed right of
way for the temporary laying of such a
track , and the city attorney has boon In
structed to draw up the needful ordi
nance. The route selected is along Third
street to Ninth avenue , along that avenue
to Tenth street. There are about fifteen
cars and a mile and a half of track ready
to bo put into service as soon as the
papers are made out. This material is a
part of that used by Mr. Vincent in the
b'lorence cut-off work.
Dr. Jeffries' Infallible preventative and
cure for dipthoria can bo obtained by ad
dressing No. 120(1 ( Fnrnam street , Omaha.
Price fif. Sent C. OLI ) .
Took a Ticker.
Yesterday at noon Tom Madrigan , a
water boy in the Union Pacific yards , laid
down for a brief rest in the old pump
house , near Spoon lake. When ho
awoke he found his silver watch and
chain gone. He thought some of the
railway boys had taken it for fun , but
Inquiry among thorn revealed the fact
that Frank Sadowski from his engine had
noticed a stranger standing near the
pump house , and suspicion was directed
toward this follow who seemed to have
no particular business thcro. A start
was made up town to search for him , and
fortunately the boy and Sadowski dropped -
pod into the Colorado house just as this
stranger was there trying to soil the
wy.dh. Sadowski asked him it it was
> .is watch , and the stranger saying it
was. ho asked to look at it. Getting it
in his hands ho sent out for a policeman ,
meanwhile keeping guard over the man.
While waiting the follow concluded ho
would go after a policeman himself , and
made a rush for the door. Ho got
across the street before Sadowski recap
tured him. Ho then held him firmly
until the ofllccr came. The stranger gave
his name as Frank Ashton , and refused
to say anything about the matter. Ho
will have a hearing this morning.
Ono thousand head of ono , two and
three-year-old steers for sale. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire of A.
J. Greenamayor , 023 Mynstcr St. , tele-
For Sale A Standard bred stallion for
one-fourth its value. Will sell on time.
Five years old. Will show 2:35 : gait. A.
C. Arnold , Denison , la.
The finding of the coroner's jury in the
Manawn disaster raises the query as to
how the recommendation that the steam
ers shall bo inspected may bo carried out.
Nothing has been discovered in the fed
eral or state laws making it compulsory
for the owners of thesn boats to have
thorn inspected , and nothing requiring
the engineers to have certificates of their
ability and experience. The coming leg
islature will probably bo called uuon to
pass some law for the protection of those
patronizing pleasure resorts , but n law to
be passed next winter is of no avail now.
A movement is being urged by some for
the rowing associations of the two cities
both of which are interested in the lake ,
to secure competent inspectors , and have
all the pleasure boats overhauled and
the result of this Inspection made public.
If owners of boats refuse to allow them
to be thus inspected , lot thai fact bo
known. The public could thus easily
determine what boats were safe enough
to warrant patronage. The unsafe crafts
would speedily have their business cut
off. This method Is being urged as the
only ono at present , in view of the ab
sence of law .directly applicable. Mem-
of the Council Bluffs Rowing asso
ciation express themselves In favor of r n
early meeting to consider this matter.
BILL NYE IN A BOB TAIL CAR.
Ho Takes i Cheap Excursion With
out Uolng Out of Town.
Now York World : Once more , coming
jack to the question of whore to go for
the summer , and having tried a good
many of the bestplaccsand formed many
delightful friendships among those who
will , no doubt , look back to this summer
as ono of the most delightful and brainy
summers they over passed , 1 still say that
we are prone to go too far and to forget
thn lays that await us at our own doors.
Why should wo buy a ticket over the
Hod Hoi Valley and Skowgoo railroad
tnd pay extra baggage on $7t2 : worth of
now clothes , when the Manhatan Klova-
led sconlc route , witli kind-hearted and
scholarly guards , r ady at any and all
times to gather in a few thumbs from the
iroat moist masses by means of those cute
little iron gates , otand ready to take us to
and beyond tha Harlem ?
Why should the young lover go miles
from his homo , far , far irom his mother ,
\nd where ho will therefore have to black
his own boots or have it done ? Why
ihould he put himself to all this expense
in order to stroll at twilight beneath the
worm-decked boughs of the elm , while
we have the same thing right hero at
liomo ? Why should ho go to a high-
priced summer resort , where the bar
tender and the head-waiter divide the
? ro8S receipts , when both of these feat
ures are found in New York the whole
year round ? Does ho go away In order
that ho and the ono ho loves best In all
the world may stroll up and down a
crowded promenade and murmur large ,
sweet , prevarications into each othcrs's
cars ? If so , ho can do the sumo thing on
Park row and wear the elbows of our best
people in the pit of his stomach just the
same as ho would at a summer resort.
No , there is no need that we should
spend the good money of our parents
seeking out the varied catalogue of hot
footed insects and the dry and gquirtlcss
fountains that lurk in the hazy distance ,
for wo have them right hero.
On the redirect examination , I might
also ask why wo should go away lifty
miles in order to ride on a make-behove
horse in tha merry-go-round , when wo
can stay at homo and ride in a voluptuous
bobtail car for five cents ? To ride in a
bobtail car is to teach one how small ho
is and what an insignificant atom ho is
on the face ot the earth. Ho may leave
the pulpit or the forum with the applause
of the multitudes still ringing in his ears ,
but when ho enters the bobtail car ho
sinks his identity and becomes a plain
American citizen with another American
citizen standing on each of his feet.
Ho need not go away to Saratoga in
order to cower in the presence of a notol
clerk who , in hia timc.has looked through
and through some of our most eminent
men , but go on about four blocks down
the street. He can pay five cents to a
bobtail car , and in the presence of the
driver and the old man with a mouth like
a midmight assassination who stands on
the rear platform and smokes a Pride of
the Pest-nouso cigar. If ho cannot cower
enough in twenty minutes to last him six
weeks ho is a mighty diflicult man to
It is here , also , that we are thrown in
contact with the corpulent old lady who
tries to put a nickel into the contribution
box just as the car starts , hut who sud
denly changes her mind and deposits it
in the eye of a man who has made bi-
mcttallism a study , but not before at such
The great specialty of the bobtail car
is to keep its temper till you go to pay
your assessment , and then rise up and
belt you across the brains. That is the
reason it is frequently called the Belt
There is also less restraint on a bobtail
car than at a fashionable resort. Yester
day a drunken man with feathers in his
hair , largo mosquito bites on the back of
his neck and an illicit breath , leaned his
weary head on my breast and with a lit
tle fluttering sigh like a tired child , went
to sleep. Ho slept from about forty rods
below Spuytou Duy vil to a point where
the county line road crosses section six.
There I woke him up and gently taking
his roguish hand out of my pocket , I
leaned him over the other way , with his
head \igainst the shoulder of an old lady
who had rested a big paper bag of moist
and mushy pears on my knee for two
miles , and got off the car feeling as well
pleased in every way as I would had I
been on a long , expensive excursion.
Then there is the old man who runs
three-quarters of a mile to catch the bob
tail car , and just as has paid hjs faro
finds that the street crossiug ho warns to
get to is the one where ho got on the car ,
and ho tries to have his money refunded.
On the bobtail car you cannot only ride
from ono point to another , but yon can
help lift the car on the track and feel
perfectly free , if you are fat , to rest your
stomach on the brake while not in use.
While the brake is not in use , I menu.
There is also the woman who is intent
on thinking how she'will chisel some
great dry goods emporium out of twenty-
seven cents' worth of samples , and who
gets off the car forgetting her baby , which
is asleep on the scat. She always rides
in a bobtail car , and although she fre
quently leaves her baby on the scat that
way , and alwavs wildly attacks the
driver about it the next day , and very
rarely gets the baby returned to her , she
does not seem to refrain from riding in
the bobtail car , and she never seems to
run short of children. BILL NYE.
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY
Cor. 5th Ave. & 7th St. , Council Bluffs.
Ono of the host Educational Institu
tions in the west. Hoarding and day
school conducted by the Sisters of Char
ity , 13. V. M.
Uonrd and tuition for a terra of five
months , $75. For further particulars
address SISTER SUPERIOR ,
St. Francis Academy ,
Creston House ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel in the City
with Fire Escape ,
Electric Call Bells.
Accommodations Flnt Class ,
And Kates Reasonable
Max Mohn , Proprietor
C. R. ALLEN ,
Engineer , Surveyor , MapPubllsher
Over JVb. 12 North Main St.
Maps , of cities and counties
ALBANY LAW SCHOOL.
Thirty-Mrenth year begins Sept. 6th , 1887.
For circulars or special information address
HoraotB , Smith.LL.D. Ds n , AJbsny.N. Y.
JOHN T. STORK. JACOB ( IMS
STORK.STONE & SIMS ,
Practice in the State and Federal Court
Rooms 7 and 8 Shug.irt-Beno Block.
E. S. BARtfETT ,
Justice ot the Peace ,
410 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Refers to any bank'or business house in the
city , Collcclions a specialty.
Justice of the Peace.
OiUce over American Kxprnss.
No. 419 BROADWAY
OUR LITTLE GBANDOHILD ,
Cleansed , Purified , and Beautified by
the Cuticura Remedies.
It affords mo pleasure to glvo you this re
port of tbo euro 01' our I'.ttfo ' grandchild liy
your CtiTicuiiA KKMKIIIKH. Wticn six months
old his loft band bciun to swell and Imd every
appearance oC 11 law boll. Wo Doultlrod It ,
but all to no purpose. About five months niter
It bccnma a running sore. Boon other sores
formed. Ho then had two of them on cnuh
hand , and ns his Mood became more nnd nioro
Impure It took less time for thorn to breakout.
A sore cnrao on the chin , beneath the under
lip , which wns very offensive. Ills heud was
ono eolld scab , discharging a prcut deal. This
was his condition nt twenty-two months old ,
when I undertook the euro of him , his mother
having died when ho was n little more than a
year old , of consumption , ( scrofula of course ) .
Ho could wnlk a little , but could not get. up If
ho fell down , and could not move when In bed ,
having no use of his hands. I Immediately
commenced with the RUTICOKA HBMKitRt > ,
usintr the CiiTietJitA nndOUTicuiix SOAP freely ,
nnd when ho had taken ono bottle of the Ctm-
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cured , and he wag Improved In every way. We
were very much encouraged , and continued
the UFO of the Itemed les for a year and n halt.
Ono sere after another healed , n bony matter
forming In each ono of these five deep ones
just bofora healing , which would finally grow
loose and wcro taken out : then they would heal
rapidly. One ot these ugly Done formations I
preserved. After taking n dozen nnd n half
bottles he was completely cured , and Is now , at
the ago of sit years , n strong and healthy child.
The scars on hU hands must always remain :
his bands are strong , though wo once feared ho
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MRS. E. S. Dlticas.
MayO , 1885. 613 B. Clay St. , Illoomington , 111.
The child was really In a worse condition than
bu appeared to his grandmother , who , being
with him every day , became accustomed to the
disease. HAOOIB HOPPING.
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"My John says I'm too neat a girl by all odds for
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Everybody knows our old friend
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No. 1. [ Copyright. March , 1887. ]
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ForYoun ? Ladles reopens Sept " 1. College
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OFFICER A PUUEY ,
COO Broadway , Council BluffsI < wa.
REAL ESTATE ,
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Farms. Aero property In western pnrt of city.
All selling cheap.
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent ,
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Ho. U I'carl iticet , near Uroiulwuy , Council
FOlt 8AM-Or : Trado-Completo itock fur
niture , stovcl , etc. ! nlso building , in good
town on Wnbish road 20 miles from city ; no
opposition. Good reasons for selling. Terms
easy. Will invoice about 13,500. Address or
call on Merchant , itS ! Brondway , Council Bluffs.
WANTED-At once , good girl. Call on Mrs.
Haldane , corner ot Seventh avenue and
; BALE OK THADE.-For Conncll Illuffs
f property 40,000 acres of Iowa and Ne
braska land. J. H. Itlce , 110 Mam St. Council
\ TIANTEOSituation by young married man.
Dost of references. Dullness experience.
Wholoeiile house preferred. Address E 10 ,
line office , Council Dluira.
ANTED Situation as bookkeeper by
young man who can t-Mve satisfactory ref
erences ns to experience , habits nnd responsi
bility. Q. D. Ilee office , Council Dlutfs.
WANTED Situation as salesman in grocery
store. References given. D. U. T. , lloe
office. Council DIuffs.
WILL sell two carriages on Ions time or will
trade for horses. William Lewis.
D. H. McDANELD & COMPANY ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
WOOL AND FUKS.
Highest Market Prices. Promp
Return * .
820 nnd 822 Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
BEST LIGHT LIVERY
Tbo finest of driving horses always on
hand and for sale by
Coaches and Hacks in City.
WILLIAM WELCH ,
No. 418 Broadway The Manhattan ,
Telephone No. 33
Na. 615 Main Street , Telephone No , 03.
lu Amber ,
naments , as
well as the
elties in hair
Mrs.C. L. Gillette
20 Main St. , Council lilufTs , Iowa. Out
of town work solicited , and all mail
orders promptly attended to.
Star Sa/e Stab/es and Mule Yards.
Drondway , Council Bluffs , Opp. Dummy Depot
Horses and mules constantly on hand
for sale at retail or in car load lota.
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission ,
Telephone 114 , SBLUTEK & DOLEV.
Opposite Dummy Depot , Council UluDTs.
LAMPS , GLASSWARE ,
Prices Very Low ,
W. S. HOMEK & CO. ,
JV'O. 23 MAIN ST. ,
U LUFFS ,
HARKNESS BROS. I
BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
CLOSING OUT ALL iff
Summer Dress Goods , White Goods
Parasols , Gloves , Mitts , Hosiery , Etc. , Etc.
OTJFI STOOK :
Are Large and Well Selected'
Our Patterns are Choice and Quality the Best , .
New Goods are arriving and invite
A FULL LINE OF
Lace Curtains ,
CURTAIN DRAPERIES ,
SHADING ETC. , ETC ,
Work Done by Competent Workmen.
Mail Orders Promptly Attended To
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
N. B. Special attention given all orders by
BEST MAKES AND HIGHEST GRADES OP
Pianos and Organs
Persons wishing to purchase instruments \vill find it to their interest to
call on us.
Initrunicnti Tuned nnd Repaired. We never fall to give latUfucf lorn
Over 2O years' Experience In Piano and Organ Work ,
Swanson Music Co.
No. 329 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa
Real Estate Broker and Dealers
Council Ulufft Olllce , MaNonlc
Temple. Omalia OJtl'cc , IVo 111 Il'JCj
North J Ulli street.
Particular attention Inventing
given to II III ]
venting 1'iindn for neil rcul-
dentil. Special bargains In lots & WC
ncrc property In Umalia & Coun
cil If lulfr. Correspondence lollc-
BECHTELE'S ' NEW HOTEL ,
Best $8.00 a day house in the west.
LOCATION , THE BEST , FIRST CLASS TABLE , SAMPLE BOOMS and
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES !
Regular : Boarders : : Reduced : : Rates.
NO. 336 & 338 Broadway , council Bluffs.
No. 201 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
A COMPLETE AKSOUTMIENT
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Both Domestic and Foreign.
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