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b OMAHA DAIL Y BEE - . COUNCIL BLUFFS , SATURDAY .JLTNE 7 , 1884.
THE DAIO BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Saturday Morning , Juno 7 ,
SUBSCIIIITION HATES.
Hy Carrier - - - - - - - 20 oonln r r week
By JIM1 - - - - - 810.00 pet I' "
OFFICE :
No. 7 Poatl 8trootHoar Broadwar.
MINOR MENTION ,
Sco J. Rcitcr'a spring goods.
Frcah balodhay and straw at 700 B'way.
Unbleached bnlbriggan hose 8jc , Cocko
& Morgan.
Full regular made balbriggan host ) 25c ,
trorth 45a at Cocko it Morgan.
Some thief robbed the clolhos line nt
Peter Kirkondato's house on Tenth street
near Mills stroot.
A woman claiming to hnvo had her
pocket picked of 811 , was last evening nn
applicant to the overseer of the poor for
relief.
A pair of inuloa attached to n milk
wagon took n run down Main atroot yes
terday , and on turning a , corner spilled
out the cans.
The telephone office is making some
marked improvements in its switch
boards , ao as to facilitate business and
increase accommodations.
J. 0. Gragon , who lately started for
Philadelphia , writes back to frionda hero
that on n sleeper between between Chicago
cage and Buffalo ho was robbed of about
tv t
IP V § 40.
If , - 40.A
A now post oflico haa boon installed in
Uardin township , known as Quick , chris
tened after the now postmaster , Elian
Quick , The name would indicate a fast
mail station.
In moving the barn of the old foundry ,
a telegraph polo and a portion of 0.
Wesley's fence were broken down , the
mules , which served aa the motive pow
er , refusing to atop.
"To bo or not to bo , that is the ques
tion. " Spiritual circle to-morrow ( Sun
day ) afternoon and evening at 2 and 7:30 :
o'clock in Spiritual hall. Entrance on
Main and Pearl streets , two doors south
of the postoflico.
0. Peterson yesterday lodged a com
plaint before Juatico Abbott , charging
II. C. Gftstoson with malicious mischief ,
claiming that ho had liaulod away dirt
from ono of his lots without getting any
permission to do so.
Mrs. Elizabeth Noack had 0. 0. Book
man arrested yesterday for threatening
to shoot two mon in her employ. Do
gave bond for his appearance before Jus
tice Abbott next Monday afternoon when
the case will bo hoard In full.
About eighteen names have boon secured -
cured for the organization of the ledge of
the Knighs and Ladles of Honor , and it
is expected that the organization will bo
completed by the 20th. W. W. Chap
man and Frank Cook have the matter in
charge.
Excursion tickets for the summer sea
son have boon placed on sale at the
Union ticket oflico and depot , by vihich
these desiring to can go over the Sioux
City route'to ' St. Paul for 817 00 for the
round trip , and to Spirit Lake 811 20 for
the round trip.
The Episcopalian ladies who subscribed
$1,000 to the now church , have paid 1
$300 of the amount , as the profits of E
their festival. If the mon would take
hold with as much euthusism and pluck
as the ladies , the now church will be
built speedily and bo a beauty.
There was a narrow escape from n sorl.
ous accident yesterday by a landslide al
the bluff in the roar of the masonic
tomplo. The dirt completely covered a
waqon , and foil partly upon the team.
Ono side of the wagon waa crushed , and
the man managed to just got out of the
way.
Secretary Tom. Bowman of the park
association has already received 112 en
tries for the coining raoos , and moro arc
on the way. This insures the coming
meeting's being the largest and most interesting <
torosting of any ever hold hero. The
officers of the association are natural ! )
jubilant ever the prospect.
The old frame building next to Bono
diet's on Broadway was being torn dowi
yesterday , the council having condemned
it as a nuisance. The building is aboul
twenty years old , and has boon occupicc
most of the time by Mr. Knabo as a har
ncsa shop. It was originally located o :
the opposite tide of Broadway , but wai
moved across the street years ago.
Mr. and Mrs , Gcorgo McPook hav
been sadly bereaved by the death of the !
daughter Lucilla , who died at their homo
1121 South Sixth street , on Thursday
y aged twelve years and nine months. Tin
funeral sorvlcee will bo hold on Sunda ;
afternoon at 2 o'clock p. in , , at the Epis
copal church and the remains will bo laii
at rest inFairvlow cemetery. Friend a ur
invited to attend without further notice
Sweet potato plants largest stock 11
ilia west by W. IT , Foster , Counci
BliTus. Send for price list.
Another Scorch.
The alarm of t'ro ' yesterday mornin
was caused by a slight blaze in Padd ;
White's house , No , 1128 Fifth avenue
The fire caught from a defective flue am
turned a small place in the roof , but dl
no damage beyond this.
i II I Casiady , Occult & French's
I clearing sale of carpels , curtains , and uj
holstory , will commence Juno Oth , at ) '
continue SO days. Look out for big bat
gains. Strangers visiting the city are in
vited to call and inspect our stock.
FIXING FOR SEWERAGE ,
The Cily Coniicil Closes the Contract
and Arraogcs for Issniog Bonds ,
Gnu About ( Ms.
A meeting of the city council was hold
yesterday afternoon , All the members
T'ora present except Aid. Mynstor.
The committee to whom was referred
the bids for sewerage reported in favor
of awarding the contract to P. II. Mo
Cauloy , of DCS Moines , ho being the
lowest bidder , the amount being $32,012.-
45.
The aggregate amount of the several
bids was as follows :
J. 13. Ulloy Si"lOI7.BO
U. .T. Hrannan Ul.illO.M
lltirk fe llynn 37 , < i28.45
It. T. Shnnnan 4 I,0)2.7D , ! )
W. W. Chapman 41,137.00
C. Slaub E 17,8K.00 ! )
1'ltchfc Co fl4 , . ' . " 5.r 0
Win. Mcllugh 32,808.85
John Hammer , 17,705,15
A. H. McCnuloy 32,012.45
The bid of M. A. Moore waa decided
incomplete.
The report was concurred in , and the
city attorney presented the contract ho
had prepared , it provided for the work
to commence within ten days , and bo
completed before November 15 , the
bond to bo $8,000.
An ordinance was presented providing
for the isiuunco of sewerage bonds to the
amount of $20,000 to bo covered by the
nsicssmont against private property.
Another ordinance was presented author
izing the issuance of 815,000 bonds for
the payment of the city's portion of sew
erage , intersections , utc. Both ordi
nances were paused.
Alderman James introduced a resolu
tion providing that stones for curbing a
residence street should bo 4 inches thick ,
18 inches wide and . ' ! foot long.
The city attorney was instructed to ao
imond the fire ordinance as to allow the
keeping ono barrel of gasoline by store
keepers.
The committee on streets were In
structed to designate such hydrants as
street sprinklers could use , there being
complaints that water was stopped too
much in prominent parts of the city.
Aid. Goiso reported that the gaslight
sompuny claimed that it was the city's
business to raise the posts on streets
which had boon filled , ana that the com
pany would not raise them.
Alderman James moved that the committee -
mittoo on street lights bo instructed to
substitute gasoline lamps in place of the
gas posts in graded streets. It was stated
that the gas company claimed that the
posts belonged to the city , and that the
city must raise them.
It. was suggested that if the posts be
longed to the city , the city should piece
them out and put gasoline lamps upon
them. The resolution was adopted , it
being conditional on the gas company
still refusing to ralso the posts at its own
expense. Alderman James claimed that
the gas company was charging twenty-
five per cent , moro than gas was furnish
ed in other cities and twonty-fivo percent
cent- , poorer gar.
Mayor Vaughan stated that a map of
the city was being prepared and there
would probably bo soon presented u prop
osition to light the city by oloctrlo lights
or towers , and then there could bo an
end to the gas controversy.
B. n. McOauloy presented the bond
for the faithful performance of the sewerage
orago contract , it being signed by M. J.
II. Davidson and Mr. Wickham besides
himself. The bond and contract were
approved.
Adjournment was then taken until
Saturday Juno 14.
Something lor Nothing.
Until further notlco wo give to each
twentieth customer his purchase , what
ever the price or value of the same may
bo. Our cashier will keep an accurate
record of every transaction , and when
the twentieth sale of any amount is made
the purchaser will bo presented with UK
same. Wo have adopted for the present
this system of advertising because 1
gives our patrons instead of the news
papers-tho five per cent , which it cos
us. Clothing retailed at wholosali
prices. Uata retailed at case prices
Furnishing goods , trunks , bags , umbrellas
las , etc. , oto. Every twentieth customoi
presented with his purchase.
MKTOALF Bnos.
Bushnoll sells railroad tickets cheap ti
all points.
0 m
1'KUSONAIj.
Judge Larimer returned yesterday froi
Chicago.
A. 0 , Austin , of Kansas City , was at liocl
tolo'gyos tard y.
Mrs. Ed Troutman and children have n
turned from 1'oorlu , III ,
Hoy. Father Lhiolmn , of Sioux City In
boon visiting Father McMeuomyi
Mrs. It. Morgan has gone to Denver for
few woolcaIsit with her sister , Mrs. Mai
Wood.
Col , J , B. Tain , of Avocn , who lias boon i
for about a month witli malarial favor , is ] no'
convalescing.
Mayor Vaughn , 1C. liosocrauajand 11 , Oloi
doy , leave to-morrow evening to attend tl
grand ledge of Druids at Ottumwn.
H. C. Cheney , eonthwcutcrn ] iossongi
agent of the Sioux City route , loft lost ovoi
ir ing for Memphis to look after the business
the road. -
Indies of Council liluiVd.
J. J , Auworda & Co. , No. IH7 Broai
May , wish to announce that they hav
just in a fine line of hosiery and glovoi
Also confirmation wreaths.
BOOMING FOE BLAINE ,
How Council IJIufTu Itocoivotl tli
NOWH from the Convention ,
Yoatorday afternoon there were crowi
standing about the newspaper olllcea nn :
ioualy watching for ovcry freah bulluti )
whllo up and down the etropta about 11 L
only inquiry hoard was , "Wlmt'a tl
latest 1" As oaoh ballot showed a gat
of Blaine votes , the cntliuslnam of It
ndmirora increased , and when the nom
nation was announced there was a wil
outburst , and the news unread like will
firo.
firo.Tom
Tom Baldwin , who isonoof the moat 01
thusiastio followers of the plumed knigh
aud related by blood ns well as political ) ;
early in the afternoon placed a framed
nhotoRraph of Blaine above TUB linn's
bulletins , on the outer wall , and it was
hardly an Instant after the announcement -
mont of the result , before there
was placed above the portait , In bold letters -
tors , ' 0tir Next President. " Tom was
soon on hand with a now silk hat , won
from an unbeliever in Blaine , and tipped
it In complimentary tribute to the face In
the frame , and presenting the picture to
Tun BEE oflico , departed to spread the
nows.
The nowfl came to the council cham [
bor where three domocratio aldermen ,
with n democratic mayor , and democratic
city attorney were gathered , the only
republican member of the council being
absent. The news of Blaino's nomina
tion caused a temporary coasation | of
business while an attempt was made to
Kain mutual cheer by predicting the
strength of Tildon and the certainty of
his being in the field against Blaino.
PLUNDERING A HOTEL ,
ArrcHt nf nit O/cilen House Kmiiloyco
AVHU Two TrunkH Full of
Stolen UooilH.
Floyd Cousons , a colored man who has
boon at work at the Ogden house for
some tltno , was yesterday arrested on n
charge of burglary and larceny. It ap
pears that property about the house has
boon missing from time to time , and it
wa"s discovered yesterday that Couzons
had two trunks nt hia house on Pierce
street Tilled frith stolen goods , comfort
ables , ( milts , shoots , pillow cases , canned
goods , groceries , etc. The supply room
had boon broken Into ana considerable
taken from there. Couzona willborcmom
bcrod as having boon before the courts
aomo months ago for having boon con
cerned in a razor cutting scrape with
ono of thocolorodomployesat the Ogden ,
in which row both mon were quite badly
cut up. Couzons got out of thut scrape
rather easily and returned to his employ
ment nt the Ogclon. Yesterday ho vras
caught in the store room taking some
moat , and this led to n search of his
house , resulting in the finding of the
other property. Couzons was yesterday
afternoon brought before Justice Vaughn
and pleaded guilty to larceny. Ho waa
sent to the county jail for thirty days.
IIo waived examination on the charge of
burglary and vraa hold to the grand jury ,
hia bail being fixed at $500.
OOMMEIlOIAIj.
COUNCIL nLUFJS KAltKET.
Whoat-No. 1 milling , 75@80 ; No. 3 C5@
70 ; rejected 50.
Corn Local purposes , 40@'lfi.
Oats For local purposes , 35 ® 10.
Hay 310 00@1U 00 per ton.
Kyo 10@-15c.
Corn RIoal 125 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; pricoa at yards , G 00 ®
700.
700.Coal Delivered , hard , 11 50 per ton ; soft ,
5 00 per ton
Lard Falrbank's , wholesaling at OJc.
Flour City flour , 1 G0@3 30.
Brooms 2 95@3 00 per doz.
LIVK STOCK.
Cattle Bntchor cows 4 00 ® J 50. Butcher
Bloom 50@5 00.
Hogs 1 50@4 75.
rnODDOE AND FIIUITS.
Quotations by J. M. St. John & Co. , commission -
mission merchants , 533 Broadway.
Poultry Ready galojchlckons.drossod , 12ic ;
Hvo , Oct turkeys , dronnod , 15c ; liyo , 112c
Ducks , dressed , lUta ; live , 8c.
Oranges 5 00@5 50 per box.
Lemons 3 00@ I 00 per box.
Bananas 2 50@3 50 per bunch
Butter Creamery , 20c ; rolls , 10@13c.
Hggs 13o per dozen ; scarce.
Strawborrlos-lG quart tray 2 00@2 25.
Vegetables Potatoes , 35@40 ; onions , 75c ,
cabbage , 4 cents per pound ; apples , ready
sale at 5 00 for prime stock ; Beans , 1 W
@ 2 25 per bushel.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE. Special a vcrtUomonts , BUO aa Lent ,
Found , To Loan , For Sato , To Rent , Wants , BoardIng -
Ing , etc. , will be Inserted In this column at the low
rate of TKN CKNTS PKH LINE for the Bret Insertion
and FIVE CKNTS PKIl LINE for each subsequent n-
aertlon. Leave advertisements t our offloo , No.
Pearl Street , near Broadwav
WANTS.
LI > PAVEIlS-For ealo at BBS office , at 25 ccnU
\J a hundred.
, SALE On ( lion a\cnuc , lot 60 feet front , un-
1,1011
1 surpassed for a line residence , lias on It at present
email frame house. Will bo sold on easy paj monta.
Knijuiro on promises , No. 130 , Olcn avenue. Mary
Polfer.
TITANTKU By a lady , a situation as sliort hand
T V amanuonila and copyist. Han n tjpowriter.
Address "J" Bee ollko , Council Binds.
Two first-class Coat makers , lminodt <
WANTED
atcly. Smith & Teller , 7 and Main street.
TTT 1ANTKI ) E > ory body in Council Bluffs to take
m " Delivered by carrier at only twenty
cents a week ,
FOIt BALK Top Buirgy , Dexter sprfngs , ftinl
single harness. Enquire , Jl. K. Seaman , 4o :
Broadway ,
HOTI'.ti FOll IlF.NT-Tbo cmont House foi
rent on reasonable terms. I'urnlturo will he
sold to renter. Apply on promised opposite Broad
v > ay dummy depot , Count ! ! Bluffs.
AQKNTH Ladles anil ttontlomon can make fiml
clftM wauoii by eclllni ; tlio "Chaninlon Boaou
atrcctlior anil ronluc Board. " Rctalla at tl.W
Any l.Mly can ilo up a tine ililrt without a wrlnkli
and Klra * II < m thobcetlauudrleacan.Aildrcei
forjukitlculaniO. B. 8. &L Co. , BKH otllce , lor 0111
month ,
lie
Railway Time Table ,
or
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
The follonIng are the tlmenof the nrrltal and de
parture of trains hy central otandaril time , at the
local dopoU. Tratnii leave transfer depot ten lulu
u.ua earlier and arrive ten mlnutoa later.
C1I1CAOO , BURLING rON AND QVIKOT.
d. I.KtVB. iRniVK
d.vo 6:35 : pin ChicagoKxiircM 0:00 : a n
9:40 : a m Kant Mail. 7:00 : p n
D:45 : a m 'Mall and Kxprcai , 7:10 : p n
lZ:30ptu : Arcommodttlon. 2.SO ) |
"At local depot only ,
KAN81H CITT , ST. JOI AND 00 D SCI I. BLBWI.
10.05 a m Mall and Exprou , 7:05 p n
8:05 : | > in I'aclflo Kipresa , 6SOpn :
CU1CAOO , HIIWAVKKI AHP BT. rAUb
6:25 : p in Kxprcaj , 0:05 : a n
1C 6:18 : a m Kiprvaa , 0:65 p u
CI1IOAOO , ROCK ISUHD AND PiCinC.
6:30 : p in Atltntlo Cxprcu , 0:05 : a t
0.25 a ui Day KxprcM , 0:54 p i
7:20 p ru * los Moinei Aocomuioditlon , 0:05 f [
ds At local depot only.
X- WABABU , BI. LOUII AXD rACIITIO.
0:65 : a m Mall , 4:15 : p i
40pm : Cannon U M 11:15 : a i
'At Traiinttr-ill
CIIIOAQO and KOKTiivnuTua ,
bo 6:30 : p m Kiir | wi , 0(0 : p rn
8:21 : a in I'aolBo Kxnrcu , V.Oiani
in
iioux cm AKD ricino.
lis 7:10 : p in BU I'aul Exprow , S.M a r
7:20 a m Day exircw | 0.50 p i
ii- ONION nemo.
iiId 8:00 : p in Wcntoru Uxprou , 8:3 : ! a n
11:00am : raclflo Kxprvu , 4:40 : p 11
7 ; < 0 a m Local Expreiu , 8.64 a 11
12:10 : a m Lincoln Kxpreat , -
At Tnuufer only.
DDMMT TKAlltSTOOMilli ,
Leave 7:20-aVMIO-10JO-ll:40a. : : ) : m. lSO-S:3i : :
it , 8:30-4:3rt-5:3' : : > - .Si 11:05 : p m Sunday 9SO-11K : :
a.iru 1 0..S:30-6SO-0:35-llC5 : : : : p. u. AnnolOmln
ute Lmlure loavuij ; tluia.
New and Beautiful Attractions
-X2XT-
Dry Goods
HARKNES
Having just purchased in Eastern Markets very cnoice stock of
Spring and Summer Dress Goods , Ginghams , Table Linen , Crashes , etc. ,
wo arc prepared to oilurj nu excellent selectio i o beautiful fabrics , and
shall do so nt
UNU !
These goods have just been opened from the manufacturers , mid.
comprise Mio latest d"signs mid novelties of the season Note below a few
of the MANY BARGAINS wo are offering :
SILIKIS , SILIKIS ,
Summer silks , 35c ; Summer silks , 5c ( ) ; Summer silks , 75c. These
are special bargains and cmmot bo duplicated. Good black silk at 50c ,
worth 75c Choice black Riul/.imcr silk , 81.00 , usual price , $1.H ! ) .
Black GHH Grain silk , 80c. Pure Silk Ottoman at § 1.75 , worth $2.25.
Heavy Cloaking Tuniscinne at § 1.75. All grades of the famous Lyons
Silks J. G. Bonnet &Co. , andAntoineGuinet &Co. , nt Lowest Prices.
Good plaids at 5c , worth lOc- Brocade dress goods at Se , worth loc
Choice colored cashmeres at Jc. ( ) Figured suitings at 30c. Very fine.
all-wool suitings , double width at 75c , and never sold for less than 81.00.
Also beautiful combination suitings at very low prices.
TABLE LINEN AND CRASHES
Good all linen table nt 80c , Good all linen table at 40c. Choice all
linen table at tiOc. Very fine all linen table at 81.50 , worth 82 50
Table crash 5c a yard. All linen towels at lOc each. All linen towels
at 12c each.
Prints 3c. Good Bleached Muslin5c. Good unbleached muslin ,
Gc. A fine assortment of beautiful spring Shawls at popular prices.
Full stock o Domestic Paper Patterns. ( "Catalogues free.
Very large stock of Ingrains , Tapestry and Body Brussels , Velvets ,
Moquettes , Axminsteis , &c. . at lowest prices in the west.
darkness Brothers
401 Broadway COUMCIL BLUFFS
ROLLER RINK
IOE CREAM PARLOR.
'aught by PROF. SCIINOOK Tuesday and
Friday evenings from 8:30 :
to 20:30 : o'clock.
MNK FOH KENT AT $15.00 PER NIGHT.
JCTLARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN ,
H. H. MARTENS , Prop'r.
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , H. D. ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
322 Middle Bro 'V ty. Council Blutia.
WESTERN IOWA NORMAL
-SCIENTIFIC AND-
COMMERCIAL COLLE&E ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS - - O VA
Will Open
THE 23rd of JUNE 1884.
A complete course for teachers anil those desiring
a higher KiiKllsh education , a full business course ,
.
Hli training In actuol business practice and gencr.
a correspondence , short hand , orninicntnl pcnn an-
ship , elocution , German ami niualc. Splendid rooms ,
iaric , light and "ell furnished , charges \ery moder
ate , cobt of IMiij , ' rcisonaMe , society good , exp rl.
tnccd tcachrrs. For further particulars. Inquire ) of
BEA'IDaLKY li PAULSON ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
N. SCEURZ.
JMce of G Peace.
OKFICK OVKR AMXRICAN E.XI'HESS.
( JOUNCJL BLUFFS , - IOWA ;
&rain & & Proifisions
,
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
Commission Merchant
No ,89 Pearl Street Council Bluffd. Iowa
HEADQUARTERS
BAVARIAN BAND.
Persons wishing to engage t'lis ' Bant
for parties , sociables , eerenados , oto. ,
should call or address , JACOB P , SCHMIDT ,
Manager , 25 North Main St.
ruoa. omcu , u. M , ru r.
OFFICER & PUSEY
BANKERS.
Council Blufff la.
1856
Estabfishsa - -
Puielga and omeitlo Kiciunct an
Hoa
GASH TALKS !
A.t the well-known Establishment
OF
J. P. FILBERT ,
209 "Upper Broaaway , the
PIONEER GASH
01 Council Blufia. Notlca our reduced 1'rlco LUt
Wo give
15 pounds Extra 0 Sugar far . tl ( X
11 pounds Granulated Sugar . 1 W
25 pounda C'holco Oatmeal . 101
25 pounds Navy Deans . 1 ( X
20 ixiunds Bst Bulk Starch . 1 < X
12 pounda Carollnu Illco . 101
12 pounds Choice t'runca . I'M
25 bars Buffalo Soap . 1 ( M
Extra Lake Trout , per pound . 0 !
LorrlIIanl'8 Plug per Ib . 41
Lj | zcn Mackerel . II
uuorado Flour , Winter , par cwt . 2 DI
10 pounds Ginger Saapg . 1 01
40 pounds h mloy . 1 01
6K&llonkc Syiup . 1 71
White Fish , per kit .
Mackerel , uerklt . 8
Dates , per pound . II
lOSpoundcansStindard Toinatoca . lot
All kinds California Friilta .
pound Lnsk'd Standard 4 for . 1 0
T. T. T ,
All grades , according to quality , 15o to SOo 'pe
pound.
Wo alao carry a full line of Men's , Ladles' am
Children's fine Shoos and llen'i Fine Boots at vcr ;
low price ) . Also a full line 01 Tinware and genera
merchandise. Call on ua and bo convinced thai voi
can a\o uionoy Vj dealing with ua. Goods dellvorei
free In any part of the city.
Iu a word , e ar bound to sell and challenge al
auJ&nlu competition In this county.
J. I' . FILDEHT' '
209 u .or liroadwa'
SILOAM
MINERAL SPRINGS ,
Wo eua'anteo the cure of the following named dls
casoa , or no nay : KheumatUm , Scrofula , Ulcers
Catarrh , a'l ' Blood andiklndUeaies , lv ] winla , Live
Complaint , Kidney and Bladder DUeaseu. Gout , Neu
algia and Aethma , Tliea ) Sprlnga are the favorlt
eaort of the tlrod ami dehlllutad , and are the
KEEBLK LABICS B1-3T KUIENU ,
Good hotel , livery and bathing occomodatlon boll
winter and luuimer. Locality highly plctureiyju
and healthy. Accessibleby Wabwh railway ,
Ktona , orO.B. & Q. , at Albany. Correspondent
solicited , UKV. M. M. THOll I'SON.
Manager.
Albany , Blloam Sprlnga , .Qentry Co. , Mo.
ANALYSIS.
Specific aruity 1.002
Reaction Neutri
CaihonioAcId tlaa. . 20 In. iwrKalloi
Carbonate Calcium 35,021 drain
Corhonato Iron 7,011 ! '
SuhihatoMau'iicnla 2'KS >
Sulphate Ualoloia 1,110 "
Chlorldo Sodium 7,290 >
siiiica. , if.ea '
Alumina , , - 0,018
Orgauioand Volatile matter and losa..1,1 9 "
otal Bolldi jr gallon 07,174 "
WBiaur & MiaiiiLL , Chemists
.A. O-A.3FLDO.
. . - . .
As there are many
So-Oalled Veterinary Sureeoni
In thlsrlty , Iio are practicing their nuickeiy o
our ! * < ) . ' o , I < le > o > It bu Justl u to lay that I del
any o' tin in to prm ! on a diploma , or crtdcntla'a
oUicatlnK that they are giaduattn nf any veterinary
intitule , onj I Uu hereby caution the publl > aialu <
tucn quack * , ai
I am [ lie Only Known Giaduale
IK WESTERN IOWA.
Offloo & 125 '
Pharmaoy , B'dway
AT ULUK BARM.
T. J OADY M. D V. S
. , , . , , . ,
H. H. HORNE & CO , ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Fine ars
Wo make a specialty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA > nd
YARA CIGARS. All Cigars sold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
aa represented.
OPERA UOUSE CIGAR I10USE , | 552 Broadway ,
II. II. IIORNE , fc CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS. - - IOWA.
Oo.t ;
In order to give my entire attention to the manufacture and sale of HAIR
GOODS , my ntiro cf
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS AND NOTIONS
Will bo sold at COST until all disposed of.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT ,
No. 337 , W BROADWAY COUNCIL BLUM'S , IOWA.
IE. STOOKlimiRT & OO
MANUFACTUIIEUS Of-
OAUPET3 , CUUTAINS , WINDOW FIXTUIIES , nncl KUFAlHINa
a.toxiox. * 3Oooozr < vtioaa.(5i , i3.cl TTf
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.
A Specialty.
NO. 009 BROADWAY COUNCIL BLUB1
The undersigned is paying the highest market price for
flags.
S. GOLDSTEIN. ; - - - - 540 Broadway , Council
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
2 and 344 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
? i WritPi1 Krniiw Qnfl FpoonnPpintD
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Office No. 337 W Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
MAYNE & PALMER ,
DEALERS IN
Hard and Soft Goal ,
AND WOOD ,
BULK AND BAimm TJME , LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND CEMENT , MICHIGAN PLASTER , HAIR
AND SEWER PIPE.
No. 039 Broadway. - COUNCIL BLTJPF8. IOWA.
604 Main Street , Council Blufl's.
MANUFACTURER OF
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS
SAMPLE CASES a specialty. Shawl , Tourist , and Trunk Straps.
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Executed
ON IMPROVED FARMS IN
IOWA AND NEBRASKA !
LOWEST RATES , Q TTrr Pr"TJf1TTQCn"M " ! ! XT 39 Pi : ARL STREET ,
I3iST TEI11IS. O , VV. XJuILUrUOOUlN OS .J Council B'uffs , Iowa
& 8ADY , ORGUTT & FRENCH -
urtalns , In lace , Silb , Turcoman , Etc. Oil cloths , Mattings , Linoleums Etc /
Ihoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
omo and bo convinced that -wo are headquarters for all goods in our line ,
heap eat nlaco to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the
City.
Nos. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TE&1PLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care
We have the The latest nov
finest stock and elties for Spring
all the latest designs Overcoats w o
_ i
! signs to select | have just re
from. ceived. See them
ONE BUT THE
LEADINO
EST OF SKILLED
HANDS KMl'LOYm Merchant Tailors
7 & 9 Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
ITTS3ME OP
FITCH BROTHERS' ' CUSTOM SHIRTS ?
Perfect Fitting , Best and Cheapest. Fine Linen Collars and CuBu.
No. 715 Fourth Street Council Bluffs , Iowa
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER !
Metalic Caskets and Wooilin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGH
3STo. 3XT JVE iaaOt. . . C3oxa.xa.oll
KNICKERBOCKER PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY !
220 South Main Street , Countil Blufrs , Iowa.
Wo iuarantoo our work as firat-cla'ia in over manner and P ylo at low price
Wo make a specialty of Groupoa , Families , and especially children , whio
wo take quicker than a wink. COME AND SE1S US.
_ _ _ ROHMIDT & RILEY. Proprietora.
NEUMAYER'S HOTEL
ON TUB , .
American Plan. \
Fnrnituio and appointments all now. Noa. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
JT .
29 Main Street Council Blutfs

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